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E-mail Storage Optimization in Lotus Notes through transparent zip-free attachment compression using FILEminimizer technology
With the latest version of its FILEminimizer client version, balesio now offers an efficient solution to manage email data growth on a corporate level. FILEminimizer sports a transparent addin to Lotus Notes including the latest version 8.5. It can be set to optimize all supported file attachments automatically using the preconfigured compression settings. FILEminimizer works silently in the background without any required interaction from the enduser and optimizes Microsoft Office as well as image attachments automatically. The software achieves file size reductions of over 70% on Microsoft Office and image files using the FILEminimizer technology, a set of various optimization methods and algorithms which can best be described as Native File Optimization (NFO). "We are essentially looking at each single file and analyze it in detail. We then apply our FILEminimizer optimization technology, i.e. our comprehensive image optimization and internal deduplication algorithms and reduce the file size by over 70% retaining the native file format", explains Daniel Bernard, CEO of balesio AG. "This can now happen in a transparent way directly in Lotus Notes. In the moment a Microsoft Office file is sent out via email, the FILEminimizer optimization begins in the background and thus reduces the data transfer volume of file attachments by 70%. This is a great relief for our clients and their Domino Servers."
An email storage ROI calculator which calculates the expected email data storage savings by applying FILEminimizer for Lotus Notes is available here: http://www.balesio.com/corporate/eng/email-storage-roi-calculator.php.
More information about the usage of the FILEminimizer technology together with Lotus Notes as well as application scenarios, customer case studies, white papers and free evaluation versions are available here: http://www.balesio.com/corporate/eng/lotus-notes-compression.php.
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