AnswerGFI Archiver fully supports Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010/2013 and it can be installed on any server joined to the Active Directory domain.
GFI MailArchiver 6 and above also includes support for Exchange Web Services (EWS) when journaling from Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 and above.
Setting up Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010/2013 Journaling
Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010/2013 supports 2 types of journaling - Store-level journaling and Journaling Rules:
Store-level journaling is similar to the journaling feature of Microsoft Exchange 2000/2003. It is also configured in a similar way per a Mailbox Database (Mailbox Store in Exchange 2003). Proceed as follows to enable Store-level journaling.
- From the Exchange Manage Console expand the Server Configuration (NOTE: The exact location of configuration may differ between versions of Exchange. If you do not find this under Server Configuration, try looking under Organization Configuration.)
- Select the Mailbox node
- Open the Properties for the Mailbox Database on which journaling should be enabled
- Enable the Journal recipient box and select a journaling recipient (preferably a mailbox from this Exchange Organization) in Active Directory
This feature is new to the Microsoft Exchange 2007 and is only available with the “premium client access license”. This type of journaling can be used at the Hub Transport Server role.
It allows an administrator to setup custom journaling rules such as:
- Archive only incoming emails
- Archive only outgoing emails
- Archive emails for a particular group
- Journaling mail-enabled contacts
GFI MailArchiver 4 supports this type of journaling by detecting and displaying these rules in the Data Sources Configuration Wizard. Proceed as follows to enable Journaling Rules in Microsoft Exchange 2007:
- From Exchange Management Console, expand the Hub role configuration
- Open the Journaling tab and click New Journaling Rule
- Choose a name for the rule and specify the Journal e-mail address (preferably a mailbox from this Organization) from the Active Directory
- Optionally configure the Scope and Journal e-mail for recipient where you can restrict this journaling rule to apply to a particular user only
- Once you have all settings configured click the NEW button to create the journal rule