Orem, UT, June 13, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Paraben Corporation (http://www.paraben.com/), a leader in the digital forensics industry, announces the release of Network E-mail Examiner version 3.1. Since its first release in 2002; Network E-mail Examiner (NEMX) has been a favorite tool of digital forensic investigators for both corporate and law-enforcement applications. Version 3.1 of NEMX includes several enhancements, primary of which is the new Batch Processing Wizard. This new wizard will allow investigators to take archives and export them automatically into a variety of mail formats to include PST.
Key Features of Network E-mail Examiner v3.1 include:
New user interface
New support for Windows 7 x64 & Vista x64
Bookmark Options for All Properties of Messages and Bookmarking of Multiple Files.
New Batch Processing Wizard
New Hashing Wizard
Improvements in GroupWise Processing
Updated Investigator Report
Improvements with Exchange Processing
Changes CSV Output and Updated
Improved Display of Foreign Characters in E-mail Message Bodies
Enhanced Exporting Options for PST
The new user interface parallels with the interface used in Paraben’s comprehensive tool for computer hard drive forensics; P2 Commander. This integration of interfaces provides a seamless shift between the two programs while being used in conjunction or transitioning from EMX to the full-time use of P2 Commander.
Paraben Corporation specializes in computer forensic software for law enforcement, corporate enterprises, and consumers. Established in 1999, Paraben became a leader in the digital forensics industry with the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics and have expanded their product line to include hard drive and enterprise forensics. Paraben is a leading innovator in the field with software, training, and consulting services.
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