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From EV to O365 : marked "tagged" e-mail item in mailbox

Created: 01 Apr 2013 • Updated: 05 May 2013 | 1 comment
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I`m moving customer to O365.  Problem is EV v8+ and mailboxes.  Defined policy for EV mark “label” mail, that is stored in EV.

I did not try to move mailboxes to O365, but i`m preparing procedures, how to do it, but EV is giving me headache. I know that I can export data from EV to PST, which I would like to avoid.

Will or is there  any rule, or task, that I can de associate  mailbox from EV and all data will be returned to mailbox.

If I move mailbox in hybrid deployment direct  to O365, will that move data that is in EV, or will there be  only “links” that EV had created.

Current policy for EV encompasses : old data, large e-mails, and if mailbox is full. Only first 100 words stay in e.mail….

How to remove Enterprise Vault (EV) properties from vault enabled Exchange mailboxes : http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH35614&key=50996&basecat=HOW_TO&actp=LIST

Upper article, does not describe what will happened to data. Will data be moved back to mailbox, or it will stayed in EV.

I have tested export to PST, but it create multiple 1.4 GB PST files, which is not  desirable. And even if I use  upload those PST to online archived, mail that is stored in EV, will probably exist in  O365, which will be very confusing for user…

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TonySterling's picture

You aren't very clear how you are doing this migration.

The article you referenced will only delete EV's hidden message from Exchange.

If you want, you can restore all the items back to the Exchange mailbox use the Export Archives Wizard, but that will require you to have room in Exchange for all the data.

see:

About the Export Archive wizard
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and

Starting the export with the Export Archive wizard
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Or you can look at a migration software such as Akaibu, http://akaibu.com or TransVault.

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