Migrating from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 in Enterprise Vault environment
After completing Exchange 2010 implementation in our enviroment where we have Enterprise Vault 9.0.4, we prepared all prerequisites required for migrating vault enabled user mailboxes to 2010.
Migrated VSA to 2010 and applied throttling policy and required permissions using the provided script.
Created new system mailboxes in default databases of Exchange 2010 mailbox servers which will not be part of the DAG.
Added new mailbox servers of Exchange 2010 DAG using the system mailboxes just created and found tasks are created automatically.
But here we found, except its default database, none of the active DAG databases in the mailboxe servers were listed under 'Targets' tab of archiving tasks. Don't know why or believe my understanding is wrong. My understanding from http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH165220 was that we can create system mailbox in a database which need not be in DAG, hence created it in the default database which is local to that mailbox server. Here is what I read in the article "When using Database Availability Groups (DAG) the system mailbox should be placed either on a database that is active on the target server or on a database that has no other copies".
Next, we have also created one journal mailbox for each mailbox server in the same default local database and created journal tasks, but while running provisioning task we are seeing this "Mailboxes on Exchange Server [exchange server name] that have entries in the Enterprise Vault database but which are not in any provisioning group: /o=test/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=EVJournal01 (state = new)" in the provisioning task reports, why?
Please help me here, since there are so many documents and none giving detailed info after introducing Exchange 2010 in to Enterprise Vault enviroment.