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  • Blog Post: Exchange Journaling: Literacy issues

    When you implement Exchange journaling, the content-identifer (PR_CONTENT_IDENTIFIER) of the journal messages are expected to be "ExjournalData", or with envelope journaled messages "ExjournalReport" This header "Content-Identifier" is misspelled in Exchange to "Content-Identifer". Notice the missing...
  • Blog Post: Regulatory Compliance with Exchange Server 2003 journaling

    Some enterprises have implemented the Exchange journaling feature, to meet some of their regulartory compliance needs. Some of the well-known U.S. regulations with requirements that may rely on Exchange 2003 archiving/ journaling technology. Some of these include, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, SEC Rule...
  • Blog Post: What happens to journaled mail when it NDRs ?

    If you're implementing Exchange envelope journaling, then you've probably wondered what happens to journaled messages that cannot be delivered or NDR. Journaled or archived messages are considered as system messages. What this means is, if your journal messages result in NDRs (Non-Deliverable Reports...
  • Blog Post: X-headers in envelope journaling

    If you are implementing Exchange 2003 envelope journaling, nad using SMTP + auto-forward rules to get the archived messages to a 3rd party archival, the X-headers on the archived messages may not be preserved. When the journaled messages reach the journal-mailbox, you probably have an auto-forward...
  • Blog Post: Journaled messages are system messages

    Be careful when you edit or change your connnector configurations. If you have journaling enabled, and sending off to a 3rd party archive storage, make sure that you have "system" messages allowed on the content-restrictions tab of the connector properties. Journaled messages are treated as system...
  • Blog Post: Regulatory compliance using Exchange hosted archive

    Frontbridge was acquired a while back by Microsoft. Recently it was announced that Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services will now take the front line for hosted services including compliancy, data rentention, encryption, confidentiality e.t.c The hosted archive should be particularly interesting because...
  • Blog Post: Envelope Journaling results in blank recipients - dont panic !

    If you have implemented Exchange 2003 envelope journaling , then you may find this issue interesting. When you change the JournalRecipient mailbox on your recipents' stores, you may notice that some envelope journal reports contain a blank recipient list. Exchange has not gone wild on your regulatory...
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