Domino Archive Exporter syntax

Article:HOWTO57891  |  Created: 2011-08-01  |  Updated: 2013-07-12  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO57891
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Domino Archive Exporter syntax

EVDominoExporter.exe /A archive /O destination database/I ID file /P ID file password [/T database template] [/R retention category] [/SD start date] [/ED end date]

Table: EVDominoExporter.exe parameters lists the available parameters.

Table: EVDominoExporter.exe parameters

Parameter

Description

/A

Identifies the Enterprise Vault Domino archive from which to export items.

/ED

Specifies the end date and time for a range of items to archive, in the form dd /mm /yyyy hh :mm :ss . If you omit the time, the default time that is used is 00:00:00.

/I

Specifies the full path to a Lotus Notes authentication ID file.

/O

Specifies the Lotus Notes database to open or create. If you want to open or create a local database, specify it as in this example:

/O "c:\Program Files (x86)\Enterprise Vault\dest.nsf"

If you omit the path to the database file, Domino Archive Exporter stores the file in the \Data folder of the Lotus Notes client. The utility creates the specified directory if it does not exist.

To open or create a remote database on a Domino server, specify it as in this example:

/O Server1/Sales/ACME!!Restore\dest.nsf

This parameter instructs Domino Archive Exporter to export the items to the database dest.nsf in the folder \Data\Restore on the server Server1/Sales/ACME.

/P

Specifies the password that is associated with the Lotus Notes authentication ID file.

/R

Filters the archive contents by retention category.

/SD

Specifies the start date and time for a range of items to archive, in the form dd /mm /yyyy hh :mm :ss . If you omit the time, the default time that is used is 00:00:00.

/T

Specifies the mail template to use when you create the Lotus Notes database. For example, you can type the following to use a local template file:

/T mailbox.ntf

To use a template file on a Domino server, specify it as in this example:

/T Server1/Sales/ACME!!mailjrn.ntf

If you omit the /T parameter, Domino Archive Exporter uses the router mail template (mailbox.ntf).

Note:

You must run this utility with Administrator privileges if the computer has User Account Control (UAC) enabled.

See Running the Enterprise Vault command-line utilities with administrator privileges.

See Domino Archive Exporter example

See About Domino Archive Exporter

See About Enterprise Vault utilities


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