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For troubleshooting, we sometime need to dive into MAPI properties. To do this, we usually use Outlook Spy or MFCMAPI . They both work great and let you debug the MAPI properties in GUI. The third approach is use EWS(Exchange ...
Blog Entry by Shinichi Hayashi | 31 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
In the past version numbers within Enterprise Vault were pretty straight forward. You had the base release, and service packs.  Sometimes people would have hot fixes, but that usually affected a handful of files. It all got a bit more complicated with ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 30 Jul 2014 | 4 comments
Quite often end-users make use of Virtual Vault to archive things that they no longer need in their mailbox. How do they do this? What happens to the Virtual Vault files? Let's see... First of all, as we all know, Virtual Vault and Vault Cache ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 27 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
What are you talking about??! For those of you that might skip the ReadMeFirst document (don't worry; I'm as guilty as some of you are! ), Enterprise Vault 11 included a new way of upgrading databases as part of an upgrade. The ...
Blog Entry by Chris Harrison | 24 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
Behind-the-scene architecture details, feature usage & Troubleshooting tips about Amazon S3 as secondary storage Mirgator of data in Symantec Enterprise Vault In the blog, I will ...
Blog Entry by Manoj Chanchawat | 24 Jul 2014 | 3 comments
A few weeks ago I helped on a forum post on the Symantec Connect forums (If you're an EV person, and don't use those forums, you should!). The issue was about the 'typical' secretary/manager relationship that exists in many companies ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 24 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
Enterprise Vault’s Exchange archiving agent uses the version of MAPI supplied with Outlook to communicate with Microsoft Exchange. Enterprise Vault currently supports Outlook 2007 only due to performance and reliability issues encountered with Outlook ...
Blog Entry by Andy Nash | 23 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
There is a Microsoft .NET Framework class library called  FileSystemWatcher . This class monitors file related events like Create, Rename, Delete and run any action that you specify. Following example is FileSystemWatcher notifying when * .DV ...
Blog Entry by Shinichi Hayashi | 21 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
Items Pending Indexing From time to time you may get into a situation where indexing in Enterprise Vault is lagging behind. It happened to me just the other day when ingesting a large amount of data into some test archives. I'm sure of the exact ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 18 Jul 2014 | 0 comments
As I mentioned in my last blog about how we determine which date to use on Exchange items, the mail system itself is the first differentiator, so in Domino, we use a similar algorithm as that in Exchange but, as all mail systems were certainly not ...
Blog Entry by Paul Honey | 17 Jul 2014 | 0 comments