Creating a mailbox for the Vault Service account
|Article:HOWTO75004|||||Created: 2012-03-31|||||Updated: 2013-07-12|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO75004|
During the preinstallation tasks for Exchange 2013 and 2010, you must run a PowerShell script to configure the Exchange throttling policy on the Vault Service account.
The following information describes the configuration of the Vault Service account. If you run Exchange archiving tasks under a service account other than the Vault Service account, the information applies to this other account.
You must create a mailbox for the Vault Service account before you can run the throttling policy script.
If you run Exchange 2013 or 2010 in a cross-forest environment, the Vault Service account must have a linked mailbox in the resource forest.
For example, Exchange might reside in a resource forest called "Resources", and user accounts in a user forest called "Users". In this case, the Vault Service account is in the Users forest, and you must ensure it has a linked mailbox in the Resources forest.
In a cross-forest environment such as this, run the PowerShell script against the disabled user account that owns the linked mailbox.
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