AUSTIN, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 25, 2007 -- Email archiving and disaster recovery (DR) are issues that now reach up to the highest levels of business and permeate across multiple roles and functions. Results of a just-completed Osterman Research industry survey, sponsored by MessageOne, reveals that most email administrators believe that Exchange 2007 will solve their most challenging email problems.

Is this a perception gap, or will a migration to Exchange 2007 solve the most challenging problems with email archiving and disaster recovery? During the webinar, email industry analyst Michael Osterman of Osterman Research and email management expert Bryan Rollins from MessageOne will address key Exchange 2007 issues, including:

--  What are the 5 ways companies can ensure their email archiving and
    disaster recovery are robust and meeting their business needs?
--  How  will the archiving and DR capabilities of Exchange 2007 meet
    those needs?
--  How can Exchange 2007 be augmented to approach a true "email utopia"?
The MessageOne webinar will be held on Thursday, April 26th at noon central. To register for this free webinar, visit:

MessageOne, based in Austin, Texas, is the fastest growing business continuity company. MessageOne's suite of managed services includes its Email Management Services (EMS)™ offering that includes Email Continuity, Email Archive, BlackBerry Continuity, Email Security, Email Recovery and Email Encyrption. In addition, MessageOne delivers communications and application availability services with AlertFind™, the leading enterprise emergency notification and escalation platform; and OneSwitch™, the only solution to provide automated one button failover service for Windows applications. More than 1,200 customers depend on MessageOne for its award-winning managed services delivered from a global network of DR data centers.

Contact Information: For more media information, contact: Lisa Hendrickson Email Contact 516-767-8390