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Associating PST Ingestion with Exchange Mailbox Agent User Mailbox Subclient

To configure PST Ingestion for a Microsoft Exchange user mailbox, create a PST Ingestion association for the user mailbox subclient.

Procedure

  1. From the CommCell Console, go to Client Computers > client > Exchange Mailbox > User Mailbox.
  2. At the bottom of the right pane, click the PST Ingestion tab.
  3. Right-click in the right pane, and then click New PST Ingestion Association.

    The New PST Ingestion Association dialog box appears.

  4. In the PST Ingestion Association Name box, type a name for the PST ingestion association.
  5. Select one of the following options:
    1. To ingest PST files by folder location, select By Folder Location and do the following:
      1. Under the Folder List segment, click Add.

        The Enter Path dialog box appears.

      2. Type a valid network path or a local path and then click Ok.

        Note:

        • You can add a local path only when a single access node is configured.
        • You can add multiple network or local paths.
    2. To ingest PST files that are backed up as part of a File System backup job, select By File System Backup.

      Under File System Entries segment, expand and select one or more of the following options:

      1. Client Computer Groups
      2. Client Computers
      3. Backupsets
      4. Subclients.
  6. Click Next.
  7. To set the PST ownership priority, under PST Owner Management, use the arrows for the Decide PST owner based on the rules below option .

    You can select from the following options:

    1. PST file owner:The owner of the PST being ingested.
    2. Laptop owner: The owner of the file system client from which the PST is ingested.
    3. SMTP address present in the PST file path: The Active Directory user's SMTP address that is present in the path of the PST that is being ingested. For example, for the path \\machine_name\myuser@cm.com\mypst.pst, "myuser" is the owner. Similarly, for a PST backed up by file system backup, if the path is C:\myuser@cm.com\mypst.pst, then "myuser" is the owner.
    4. SAM Account Name present in the PST file path: The Active Directory user's SAM account name that is present in the path of the PST that is being ingested. For example, for the path \\machine_name\myuser\mypst.pst, "myuser" is the owner. Similarly, for a PST backed up by file system backup, if the path is C:\myuser\mypst.pst, then "myuser" is the owner.
  8. In the If none of the rules above match, then assign the PST to this user box, type a user name in the format domain\username.
  9. Under PST Folder Management, select from the following options:
    • To store PST data separately from the mailbox data, click the Ingest PSTs under this folder check box, and then type a folder name.
    • To store PST data together, select the Merge folder hierarchy from all PST option.
    • To keep the data of each PST separated from the rest , select the Keep separate folder hierarchy for each PST option.
  10. Click Finish.

Last modified: 11/5/2019 7:26:16 PM