Paraben E3: NEMX

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Paraben’s NEMX has been a standard in analyzing network email archives since 2002. Filtering through millions of messages and outputting your results into PST files for review by clients and counsel has become a common task for forensic examiners, eDiscovery experts, and IT security personnel throughout the world. E3:NEMX makes it easy to sift through hundreds of gigabytes of email. Whether you're investigating Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, or Novell GroupWise, your job just got easier with E3:NEMX.

Network Email Analysis

E3:NEMX provides comprehensive network email examination engines for MS Exchange, Lotus Notes, and GroupWise files. E3:NEMX can work with restored data or offline data from the server.

Corrupt Data

E3:NEMX was designed to deal with the variety of problems that comes from restoring data from different storage mediums. Built into the tool is our own custom corrupt file repair tool that allows you to get the most email recovered in the processing of the archive.


When processing through email archives, you want an easy process to open the archive and pull out the needed data to a form that your team can use. E3:NEMX allows processing and export to a PST file from any type of the supported archives.

Multiple Archives Supported

E3:NEMX supports more network mail archive versions than other tools. you will wiz through your email data With its speedy engine.

  • Supports Microsoft Exchange 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 (.EDB)
  • Lotus Notes 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 8, 8.5, 9.0 (.NSF)
  • GroupWise up to 2014

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