Good E-mail Management Practices Reduce Clutter, Risks

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Top 5 Ways to Improve E-Mail Archiving

Recommind's Craig Carpenter's 5 "must do's" for every e-mail archiving project.

From password security to archiving, the Knowledge Network contains a broad variety of tools to bring some sanity -- and security -- to your inbox. Given the threat posed by viruses, malware and other dirty players, and the fact that many of us are bombarded with nearly more than we can handle, IT professionals have to stay vigilant to stay on top of e-mail. This is especially important in the business world, where regulatory matters are nearly as much a concern as security.


Use these e-mail resources to help you:


Also, check out Paul Mah's recommendations for helping organizations better manage e-mail as a tool for business communication:

Set Limits to Your Corporate Mailbox

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Simple Password Tips for the SMB

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Jul 28, 2010 6:18 AM Reduce Emails Reduce Emails  says:

I find setting up a separate email account for site registration and non vital functions really useful for reducing email clutter, that way I know my inbox is going to be free of newsletters and the like and I can check my other email address when I have the time to read those types of emails.

Aug 5, 2010 12:01 PM Time Management Time Management  says:

Good tips on reducing the amount of time spent on opening emails. I agree with the comment about setting up what I call "junk email accounts" for all the stuff that takes a lot of time, yet provides no value. Just be careful not to get too many going!


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