The bucket feature
What if you needed to provide access to a bunch of emails from different email accounts to a 3rd party? Let’s say an external auditor needs access to emails related to a specific case. The relevant emails are located in 10 different mailboxes. You don’t want to provide access to those 10 mailboxes, because they contain sensitive business emails as well not related to the specific case.
Enter the bucket feature. It allows auditors to create buckets, and put any email to one or more buckets. Since auditors can access all emails, they can collect the relevant emails for the mentioned case, and put them to a bucket. Then all you have to do is to create an account for the external party, perhaps a local account, assign it to the given bucket.
Now, when the external party logs in, piler recognizes that he is assigned and restricted to a bucket, and he could see, and perform searches only in the emails in the assigned bucket.
The bucket feature is not limited to external parties, you may use it for company employees as well. Eg. when a user or some users need to work on a specific topic, they may be assigned to a collection of emails in a bucket.
See the bucket feature in action in the video below.