Template:Archiving Exchange Public Folder

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Please proceed as follows:

  • Log on to MailStore Client as administrator.
  • Click on Archive Email.
  • From the Email Servers list in the Create Profile area of the window, select Microsoft Exchange to create a new archiving profile.
  • A wizard opens to assist in specifying the archiving settings.
  • Select Public Folders.
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  • Under Access via, either HTTPS or HTTP has to be selected as protocol to archive public folders.
    Please note: If you choose HTTPS, you can enable the option to Ignore SSL Warnings. Generally, these warnings appear if an unofficial or self-signed certificate is used on the Exchange server.
  • Under Host, enter the name of your Exchange server.
  • Under User Name, enter the Windows login name of the user you have prepared in step 2 for public folder access.
  • Under Password, enter the user's password.
  • Leave the field Mailbox to its preset value /public.
  • Click on Test to verify that MailStore can access the public folders.
  • Click on Next to continue.
    Xchg public 03.png
  • Adjust the settings for the List of Folders to be Archived. By default, all public folders that contain emails will be archived.
  • If needed, adjust the filter and the Deletion Rules. By default, no emails will be deleted from the public folders. The Timeout value only has to be adjusted in specific cases (e.g. with very slow servers).
  • Click on Next to continue.
    Xchg public 02.png
  • In the next step, select the archive of the user you have prepared in step 1.
  • In the last step, specify a name for the archiving profile. After clicking Finish the archiving profile will be listed under Saved Profiles and can be run immediately or automatically if desired.