About the EVDominoExchangeMigration tool
|Article:HOWTO56981|||||Created: 2011-08-01|||||Updated: 2013-01-18|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO56981|
EVDominoExchangeMigration does the following:
Copies explicit mailbox permissions from the Exchange Server mailbox to the Domino archive. Typically these are just the permissions of the mailbox owner. No inherited permissions are copied and, in the case of mailboxes on Exchange 2007, no Active Directory permissions are copied to the Domino archive.
Changes the message class of shortcuts to IPM.Note.EnterpriseVault.Shortcut.
Corrects links in the shortcuts to items in the Domino archive.
If the archived item has an attachment, adds the Outlook paperclip icon to the shortcut.
EVDominoExchangeMigration has been tested with Enterprise Vault shortcuts that had been migrated with the following:
Binary Tree CMT Universal™ 2.7 (also known as CMT for Exchange™).
Quest Notes Migrator for Exchange from Quest Software.
You can use a different migration tool, but you must ensure that the tool correctly maps the Enterprise Vault Notes document properties to the corresponding Enterprise Vault Exchange named properties.
When you migrate items from Domino to Exchange Server, do not migrate any shortcuts that are in a state of archive-pending. Disable Domino archiving during the migration so that Enterprise Vault does not create new archive-pending shortcuts.
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