ArchiveMASH™ is Bluesource's very own archive migration software. Built for speed, ArchiveMASH™ allows Bluesource to deliver migrations faster before, supporting scores of platforms.

Connected, in a good way

ArchiveMASH™ is designed with a modular, connector-based system. This allows Bluesource to support a wide array of platforms, including:

  • Autonomy Consolidated Archives (Zovy)
  • Autonomy Message Manager / CAMM
  • Autonomy NearPoint (Mimosa)
  • Azure Blob Storage
  • Barracuda
  • Bloomberg
  • CommVault for Exchange
  • Dell MessageOne
  • EDB Files
  • EMC Centera/Atmos
  • EMC EmailXtender for Exchange and Notes
  • EMC SourceOne for Exchange
  • EMC SourceOne for Notes
  • EML
  • Enterprise Vault for Exchange or File System Archives
  • Exchange Online
  • Exchange On-Premises
  • Exchange Public Folders
  • FileNet/ IBM / ICC / P8
  • GFI MailArchiver
  • Gmail / GSuite / Google Workplace
  • Google Vault
  • GSuite
  • GWAVA Retain
  • IBM Domino
  • iManage
  • IPRO/ NetGovern
  • MessageOne
  • Metalogix Archive Manager for Exchange (PAM)
  • Mimecast
  • MSG
  • NetGovern
  • NSF
  • OneDrive for Business
  • ProofPoint
  • PST
  • S3 Storage
  • Slack
  • Veritas Alta (formerly
  • ZL


Maintaining chain of custody is of utmost importance. ArchiveMASH™ tracks metadata and identifiers for all messages migrated, including any exceptions. Reports are provided at the end of the migration to document chain of custody. Bluesource can also provide testimony in support of the migration practices and reporting, if required.

Managed, end to end

Bluesource delivers ArchiveMASH™ as part of a fully managed Migration Service. Our dedicated migrations team installs and configures ArchiveMASH™, then delivers the migration until all data has reached its destination.

Industry-Leading Migration Features

  • Migration Filters: date range or custodian
  • Schedule-based Throttling
  • Customizable reporting
  • In-memory Conversions*
  • Multithreaded Tasking
  • Shortcut Conversion Included
* For API-based Sources and Targets