Frank: “Hey Dad, before I go off into the world what is the one bit of advice that you would give me?”

Frank’s Dad: “If I had to give you one piece of advice it would be save all your receipts and tax returns for seven years in a file cabinet someplace in the back of your closet.”

Frank: “That’s it?! You mean nothing about women? Nothing about credit? Nothing like own at least one suit and a pair of good shoes?”

Frank’s Dad: “Nope that’s it. Trust me you’ll see…”

Now that I’m older I can give this advice to my son. I can also give the same advice to e-mail administrators, “save all your e-mails, someplace safe, for at least three years… preferably more.”

Now here’s the technology part:

It’s becoming more and more apparent that offloading large file attachments from e-mail using a third-party technology integrated with e-mail servers, requires a rethinking of strategy of e-mail and data archival and storage strategy. read more “I’m not a lawyer I just play one on TV OR getting whipped by the tail of the e-mail offloading”