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6 Best Practices That Reduce Email Overload and Costs

6 Easy-to-Implement Best Practices that Help Reduce Email Infrastructure Costs and Management Costs

6 Best Practices That Reduce Email Overload and Costs

The volume and size of enterprise email messages are dramatically increasing, increasing the cost of storage & management, impacting service levels and decreasing employee productivity. It is possible to reduce email storage and management cost by up to 80% without affecting users or business operations, by adopting and implementing the Six Best Practices described in this GBS whitepaper.

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  • Significantly reduce cost of email storage

  • Reduce cost of email management by up to 80%

  • Ensure high SLA performance

  • Improve user productivity

Here's a sneak peek of the 6 Best Practices!

However, there are ways to manage email more efficiently without impacting users or business operations. According to research by Permessa, based on 15 years of experience with leading global enterprises, 80% of email impact comes from just 4% of messages which, in turn, typically come from just 1% of the user community.  controlling reply-to-all, smart message size limits, preventing mailing group abuse and stopping attachment ping-pong are among those best practices that can help.

  1. Controlling Reply-to-All
  2. Smart Size Limits
  3. Stopping Attachment Ping-Pong
  4. Preventing Mailing Group Misuse
  5. Purging Stale Email Accounts
  6. Educating High Impact Users