Tag Archives: file emails

Patience is a virtue – especially for Google Apps users

So you get to work in the morning and turn on your computer and go and make a cup of tea while it boots. You open Outlook and there’s something wrong – your Google Apps profile won’t load or a plugin won’t work so you log a support ticket and wait for help, causing downtime… Read More »

When is an email not an email?

We were stunned the other day when a customer explained his company’s problem and how eFiler is the perfect solution. He put it like this: Well, the Legal department are afraid of lawsuits and the IT department hate full Mailboxes so all email more than a year old gets deleted as a matter of policy.The… Read More »

Reseller opportunities

Sign up as an eFiler reseller and enjoy excellent rates of commission. We are looking to form relationships with more individuals and businesses around the world with experience in software sales and implementation. To find out more about eFiler please browse this site, watch the video of eFiler being used in real time and read… Read More »

eFiler 2.5 released

New features include Windows Explorer right-click to add up to 15 locations, enhancements to eFiler Location Scanner to make creating lists of filing locations even easier and the Policy Manager to enable sharing of lists and configurations among teams. And a new tip: Use Outlook Rules to automate filing into Cloud Sync folders. Now not… Read More »

eFiler Location Scanner

Scan your network folders for .msg files or scan for specific text in foldernames or filenames. Let eFiler Location Scanner list out all the relevant directories and let you choose to which locations to merge into your current configuration. Restart Outlook and these locations become available for filing – it will even add tags for… Read More »

New manual licensing mode and other features

Hot on the heels of the online backup feature which allows for transparent sharing of filing locations and configuration settings we have now added the ability to license machines that are in an environment that is so locked down that they can’t see our server to receive their licences without violating firewall policies. The latest… Read More »