2 Enterprise Vault Archiving System What is Enterprise Vault? Enterprise Vault (or EV) is a Symantec archiving solution that DII is rolling out for all users of the Enterprise system across the state. It is an integral part of our Enterprise Exchange system and it helps us keep mailbox sizes within the 1 Gigabyte (GB) limit. This helps us keep our Exchange system operating at peak performance. The end result of this is that users will not have to worry about their mailboxes filling up because the vaulting process will keep your mailbox from exceeding 75% of the 1 GB limit. How does it work? Enterprise Vault (EV) automatically vaults items from your mailbox based upon the criteria outlined in the Enterprise Vault Policy section below. These mail items are stored safely in Vaults. Whenever you need an item that has been vaulted you can easily view it (just like regular mail) via Outlook or Outlook Web Access (OWA). Vaulted s can still be read, replied to, resent or forwarded. They may also be restored to the mailbox from the vault. The advantages of using a product such as Enterprise Vault is that the vaulting is done automatically, stored in an easily accessible location with full searching functionality, and of course backed up. Vaulted items appear in your inbox just like regular mail. The primary difference is there will be a vault icon to the left of the item letting you know it is vaulted (instead of the usual envelope icon). Enterprise Vault Policy Once your mailbox reaches 75% utilization of the 1 GB limit (750 MB), items will be automatically vaulted from your mailbox, starting with the oldest items, to keep you below 76% of your 1 GB limit. AND items that are 6 months old or older are automatically vaulted (regardless of whether or not you are at the 75% utilization). AND Any items that have an attachment larger than 1 megabyte and are older than two weeks will automatically be vaulted. AND Unopened WILL be vaulted. Please make sure to read your so that Vault can work as it is designed to with the policies currently in place. (Please still review them for junk that may be deleted and not archived to help maintain your mailbox size.) Note: Enterprise Vault uses the modified date of the mailbox item to make these determinations. This is not necessarily the same as the received date or the send date. How to Keep your Mailbox Clean: Additionally, we strongly encourage all mail users to follow the simple cleanup guidelines outlined here: How to keep your mailbox clean! Or: Copy and Paste or type the following into your web browser 1
3 Following these instructions and cleaning out your mailbox on a regular basis will help us by not vaulting mail items that are no longer needed. How does my mail get vaulted? Every night an automated process examines your mailbox for potential items to vault based upon the policy above. Those items are then flagged for vaulting. Subsequently another process runs which takes those flagged items and places them in the vault. An stub is left in your inbox which includes the first 500 characters of your message. The stored in vault icon is then placed next to the mail item to let you know it has been vaulted. What types of items get vaulted? All items in your mailbox including deleted items except those listed below (subject to the percent utilization criteria listed in the policy above) EV does vault unopened mail items What doesn t get vaulted? EV does not vault any calendar, contact, tasks and notes items EV does not vault mail received or delivered receipts EV does not vault items that are stored in a PST file on your local disk or network drives EV does not vault items in public folders What happened to Auto Archiving? Outlook Auto Archiving will be shut off via a group policy at the domain level and you will no longer be prompted to do that. Will I ever get the your mailbox is almost full message once I am vaulting mail with EV? There may be very rare situations where you get to 80% of your mailbox size limit and get one of these messages. If you do, you should start manually archiving items to decrease the storage used in your mailbox. Note: In order for this situation to occur, you would have to be at 75% utilization to begin with and then receive 25mb of mail in one day. Can I still create PST s? No. Do not create PST s manually as this will interfere with Enterprise Vault. Can I upload my PST to my Mailbox? No. Please do not do this. If you try to do this you are likely to fill up your mailbox before the Enterprise Archive takes place and you will not be able to send or receive without contacting DII to increase your mailbox or waiting until the vaulting process takes place that evening. What if I am away for an extended period of time and normally receive large amounts of ? There are two solutions to this problem. One is that if you know you are going to be out for an extended period of time, prior to leaving you check the size of your mail folder. This is done by right clicking on the Mailbox Name i.e. Mailbox Shover, Rick, then click on Properties for that mailbox, in the dialog box that appears click on File Size. The File Size shows up in KB s which can be somewhat confusing. For example if you see KB that means that the mailbox is 120 MB. You have 180 MB free. If the mailbox size shows
4 that means you are at 225 MB (75%) and you may want to make some room in your mailbox. The best way to do that is to manually vault some of your . This will create the space that you may need for your while you are out. The second process would happen while you are away. Someone in your organization will get a message saying that your mailbox is full. They will need to use the process that your department has in place to contact the DII- Helpdesk or put in a Footprints ticket requesting that your mailbox be increased in size. Can I retrieve a vaulted that I deleted? No you cannot. You will be notified prior to deleting the vaulted that you are about to permanently delete the item and are asked to confirm that you wish to continue. Will the search function in Enterprise Vault search attachments? Yes, if you know the exact name of the document, enter it into the Look for: box. If you are not sure of the name, you can click on the Advanced find link and under the section Attachment, enter the file name extension and click on the Find Now button. NOTE: You can enter multiple extensions or if you know the file type, enter just that one file type to narrow down your search. Can I use my blackberry, iphone or other mobile device to access vaulted mail? There is currently no EV client for mobile devices. Depending on your mobile device s internet browser, you can access vaulted mail via OWA. However there are limitations: o You will only be able to view the first 500 characters. o You will not be able to view or open attachments. 3
5 Enterprise Vault and Outlook When your account has been enabled for archiving you will receive an welcoming you to the system. After restarting Outlook you will notice a number of changes to the Outlook environment: Five new buttons: Enterprise Vault items listed at the bottom of the Outlook Help menu About Enterprise Vault Enterprise Vault Help Topics When an item is archived it will have a different Icon. Below is an example of the Archived Item Icon. You may also sometimes see a waiting to be processed icon: Such an icon shows that the item is in the process of being archived. Do not move or delete a message in this state as this can cause data loss. This waiting to be processed icon will convert to the normal archived item icon after the nightly backup of the archive has taken place. Opening Archived Items The recommended way to open an achieved item is the same as for any other item in Outlook double click on the item in the messages list! Once retrieved, the item can be read, forwarded, replied to or resent in the normal Outlook way. Opening an archived item does not restore it to your mailbox. However if you have Work Off-Line turned on in Outlook, and you access an archived while connected to the network, and then try to access it later when not connected to the network, you will not see that as your archived items do not get copied over. If you are aware that you will need to do this for a particular item, or set of items, you will need to Restore them while connected. Restoring is covered below. 4
6 Menu Items These are the same items as the Icons on the toolbar and can be found under Tools >Enterprise Vault. NOTE: This is an Outlook 2003/2007 option only; there is no Tools tab in Outlook 2010 as it has the Enterprise Vault tab. Search Vaults You can perform simple or advanced searches of your archived s with this tool. You can then view, restore, or delete items found in the search. Clicking on the search button will give you the following screen: In the Look for: text box you can type a word or phrase that would be part of the , be it the subject, sender, receiver, or words in the . You can also leave the text box blank and you will get all of your achieved s. To search for the s, just click on Find Now. You can also do an Advanced Search by clicking on Advanced find in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Once you have entered the search criteria into the Find Now text box or left it blank to find all your archived , you will see a screen like the one below. 5
7 You will notice a lot of information in the screen. Just above the list of s in the left hand corner you will see how many s are being shown of what has been found in your search. Next you can sort your s by Subject, From, Date, and Folder. The s are then listed with the oldest first. You will see the Subject and the first couple of lines of the . To the right of that is the Icon that will restore the back to its original folder. To the right of that is an Icon that will give you more properties about the other than what is being shown here. And then you will see a snippet of the properties of the with the From, Date and Folder information. Store in Vault This is used to store selected s into the Archive Vault. By selecting the s that you would like to Archive and then click on the Store in Vault Icon your s will be moved to the Archive. Once you select the s that you want archived you will see the following pop-up: Click OK. You will notice the waiting to be processed button will appear. It will stay until the has been archived. Once it is archived you will see the archived Icon next to the . To open the just click on the Subject, which is the link to the , and you will see the just as you would have if it were in its original folder. It may take a few seconds longer for it to open, but other than that you will not notice any difference in . 6
8 Restore from Vault By selecting an archived item in the Outlook message list and then clicking on the restore button, you can manually restore s from the vault to your Exchange mailbox. They will remain in the restored state for at least 30 days, so can be viewed offline during that time. Items will be restored to their original location. When you click on Restore from Vault you will see a pop-up screen like the one below. You will have two ways to restore an archived item. These two options are explained below. Current folder. The folder that the shortcut is in at the moment. If you have selected multiple items, they will all be restored to this folder. Restored Items Folder. This is an Enterprise Vault folder. It is created automatically the first time that you restore an item to it. If you cannot restore an item to the current folder, you must restore it to the Restored Items folder. When you restore items using the browser search, a subfolder is created in the Restored Items folder for each set of items that you restore. The subfolder has the same name as the basket from which you restored the items. Deleting Archived Items You will probably find that items you don t really want to keep have been archived. It is not difficult to delete them. Simply use any of the normal Outlook delete functions, or click the delete from archive button. For example, select the item and right click to select Delete. If the item has been archived you will get the following popup: To delete the item from the archive, Click yes. But be very careful. If you delete an item from the archive, it cannot be restored. Deletion is permanent the backup/restore system does not allow individually deleted items to be recovered. Cancel Archiving You can cancel the archiving operation for an item that is waiting to be archived by selecting the item and clicking the cancel archiving button. The waiting to be processed icon will disappear and the item returns to a normal Outlook item. 7
9 Enterprise Vault OWA Functionality Access to the Enterprise Vault via OWA using Internet Explorer has the same functionality as your Outlook client. You can view archived content, manually archive and restore items, delete items, cancel archiving for items and utilize Search Archives and Archive Explorer functionality. Double-clicking on an archived will open it normally. Additionally, the link in the shortcut can be accessed via OWA regardless of your location. EV buttons To Search archives select search archives on the bottom left of the OWA window. 8
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