ID Email Migration Assistant

Migrate email off of IBM email archiving. Whether you’re transitioning from Notes to Exchange, or upgrading to a new archiving system, retrieving and restoring your archived email from IBM Content Collector or CommonStore aka eDiscovery Manager for Lotus Domino can be painstaking. Innovative Driven has been working with IBM products like IBM Content Collector and CommonStore eDiscovery Manager since their inception and we’ve helped numerous companies install, configure, and evolve their archiving solutions. Leveraging that in-depth knowledge and experience, we developed ID Email Migration Assistant (IEMA) to help companies avoid the extremely expensive, tedious, and time-consuming chore to manually restore email content from IBM repositories. No similar product exists on the market today.

Retrieve your email up to 10x faster and know exactly how much storage you’ll need

ID can retrieve email out of your repository much faster than with native tools.

You will receive a report that tells you exactly how many email documents will be retrieved and how much space they will use.

No need to open every user’s mailbox - we work directly against IBM FileNet P8 Content Manager or IBM Content Manager.

IEMA will retrieve all documents that meet your established criteria, including those that were deleted from users’ mailboxes.


download your email archive checklist

We will address the following:

Retrieve email up to 10 times faster than native utilities.

Report on exactly how much email will be retrieved and required space before you begin.

Schedule retrieval or process manually

Flexible retrieval parameters allow you to exclude users based on criteria, select documents based on age, and retrieve users based on group/file name/server directory.

Chain- of- custody of emails provided via full audit reports on mail messages and user mailboxes.

Accepting the various request types

Protects email integrity - email is not changed in any way.


Migrate your email off IBM email archiving today! Find out how: