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Vaultastic for Google Apps FAQs
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- 1. Can I archive emails from G Suite? How to configure G Suite for work domains?
Can I archive emails from G Suite?
Yes. You can archive emails from G Suite (Formerly known as Google Apps).
Vaultastic offers secure email archiving on the cloud for all the mails & attachments for Google Apps for Work.Use Vaultastic to ensure that you have a tamper-proof and read-only copy of the mailboxes hosted on G Suite at a secondary location.
Retrieve each copy of an email from Vaultastic which is deleted from the primary mailbox by mistake or deliberately.
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How to configure G Suite for Work domains?
G Suite for Work domain administrators need to configure mail routing rules to forward copies of incoming and outgoing mail of the selected or all users to the Vaultastic servers.
Do we need to deploy any software or database on the G Suite setup?
No. You don't have to deploy any software or database on the G Suite setup. Use the mail routing feature of G Suite to archive mail from your primary email domain. This forwards mail from the primary email server to the Vaultastic servers.
Is there any plugin or extension to G Suite for Work?
No, the Vaultastic interface is independent of the G Suite end user interfaces. Depending on the rights assigned by the Vaultastic administrators, end users can access their Vaultastic accounts through a simple and secure web interface.
- 2. Do we need to deploy any software or database on the GSuite setup?
- 3. Is there any plugin or extension to G Suite for Work?
No, the Vaultastic application is independent of the G Suite interfaces. Depending on the rights assigned by the Vaultastic administrators, end users can access their Vaultastic Vaults through a simple and secure web interface.
- 4. Does Vaultastic maintain the data classification of G Suite for Work?
To keep the end-user interface simple, all emails are archived in a central repository and accessible to the user via an ediscovery UI. The user can leverage "saved searches" in the ediscovery interface to create any number of virtual folders accessible on a single click
Vaultastic has no knowledge of the folder structure or organization of emails on the primary mailbox.