Moving users from one physical location to another…Moving users off Enterprise Vault as part of enterprise reorganization. These scenarios create the unique challenge of restoring messages back to users' mailboxes in Enterprise Vault.
While a “restore” feature is built into Enterprise Vault, the solution moves all archived items back into the user’s mailbox. The unintended result could mean restoring messages with broken shortcuts or placing unwanted items back in the mailbox. This is even more problematic for Enterprise Vault versions prior to 8.0 – where built-in restore doesn’t account for moved shortcuts post-archive. This could mean data being restored to the wrong folder.
Our Archive Accelerator Restore reintroduces items into a user’s mailbox based on currently existing shortcuts – resulting in a cleaner restore with no duplicates. The solution offers an “Unattended” mode to restore multiple mailboxes automatically.
The Right Solution for Migrating from Enterprise Vault to Exchange Online Archives
With Archive Accelerator Restore, the process of restoring messages just got one step easier! The solution for migrating to the Microsoft Exchange Online Archiving feature – with the ability to restore messages either before or after mailbox migration.
Leveraging our solution, customers are empowered to:
Restore items from short-cuts
Run the solution as a service, restoring multiple mailboxes simultaneously in the background
Optionally restore only those items with shortcuts
Restore to current shortcut locations, rather than original archive locations
Leverage support of Exchange 2010 CAS Arrays
Leverage support of Exchange 2010 Database Availability Groups (DAGs)
Restore items to Exchange 2013
Restore items to Office 365, including Online Archive
All restore processes are managed by the administrator via a Management Console – in a multi-threaded manner with the ability to schedule during off-hours.
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