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Archive Manager is a complete email and messaging content archiving software solution. It enables you to capture, retain, discover and explore your Exchange email system using advanced search capabilities. Archive Manager allows a single instance of each message to be captured and granular retention and disposition policies to be applied, ensuring efficient and effective Exchange email and message archiving.
Deploy the tool quickly without the need to install software on user desktops or on email servers.
Reduce storage volume in order to negate mailbox quotas and reduce help desk calls by capturing and indexing new and historical messaging data transparently.
Dramatically reduce long-term storage needs, as well as the need to maintain the performance of your email servers by storing single-instance email attachments separately from the message body and metadata.
Using flexible retention rules, achieve compliance with regulatory mandates and keep only the messaging data that you need to keep.
Retrieve messaging data quickly to satisfy legal requests. Accelerate the discovery process by tagging data for categorization or later review, ensuring that only relevant messaging data is exported for further analysis and presentation.
Easily access archived messaging data while offline or from a mobile device.
Seamlessly integrate with external systems to share data with customer relationship management (CRM) systems and collaboration tools, such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
Eliminate the need for multiple archiving systems with support for Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Skype/Lync, Novell GroupWise and selected SMTP servers from a single console.
Before installing Archive Manager, ensure that your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements.
For a complete list of hardware requirements, please see the Archive Manager Exchange Installation Guide or the Archive Manager GroupWise Installation Guide.
Any prerequisites that are required for installation are installed automatically when you run the Archive Manager Setup Wizard to install Archive Manager. If you want to install the prerequisites software prior to running the installer, see the requirements below.
Note also for the MAPI Journal Data Loader:
Archive Manager is not certified for use with clustered GroupWise host systems configured for parallel processing, load balancing, or fault tolerance.
Certain role services are required to be manually selected and installed on the web server in order for the Archive Manager Website to run correctly. These roles include: Common HTTP Features; Static Content ; ASP.net; ASP; Basic Authentication; Windows Authentication; IIS Management Tools and Scripts; and IIS Management Console.
The API web service endpoint can be configured to use Windows Authentication or Anonymous Authentication. When using Anonymous Authentication, the web service application performs security checks and authenticates the client using Basic Authentication (plain text user password authentication). When using Windows Authentication, IIS handles the authentication and provides the web service application with a confirmation of the authentication attempt.
Note also for the Exchange Store Manager (ESM) and Remote ESM:
MAPI Journal Data Loader:
The data loader service user account must have Receive As and View Information Store Status permissions to the mail store that contains the journal mailbox.
In a parent/child domain configuration, if you are installing Archive Manager in the child domain, you must create two accounts: an Exchange Store Manager account in the child domain for the Archive Manager installation, and another Exchange Store Manager account in the parent domain.
The client version must match the server version. For example, if you are using GroupWise Server 2012, you must use GroupWise Client 12.0.0.
GroupWise Store Manager (GSM):
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