Information You Need to Create an Exchange Mailbox Client for a Journal Mailbox

When you create an Exchange Mailbox client for a Journal Mailbox, you need the following information.

General Information

Client Name

A name for the Exchange Mailbox client.

Storage Policy

The name of storage policy that you want to associate with the Exchange Mailbox client.

The Exchange Mailbox Agent uses the retention rules that are defined in the Exchange retention policy. The agent does not use the retention rules that are defined in the storage policy. Therefore, if you have multiple agents in your environment, use a different storage policy for the Exchange Mailbox Agent than the storage policy that you used for the other agents.

Index Server

The index server that you created for the agent.

Job Results Directory

The directory where the job results of client computer archive and restore operations are written. Enter the UNC path to a network location where the job metadata information will be stored.

The job results directory should be a location that is always accessible to the access nodes.

Make sure that the service account user has write permissions to the job results directory.

If you move a shared job results directory, you must manually copy the entire folder structure into the new directory.

Access Node Information


The list of access nodes that you want to associate with the Exchange Mailbox client.

You must associate at least one access node with the Exchange Mailbox client.

Exchange Server Information

On-Premises Exchange Servers

The list of on-premises Exchange servers that you want to associate with the Exchange Mailbox client.

You must include at least one Exchange server. If you include multiple Exchange servers, separate each server name with a semicolon (;).

Service Account Information

You need the service account (that is, the Exchange Service Account) user name and password. This is the account that has Exchange administrative permissions.

Service type

The version of Exchange Server that is installed on the computer where the service account is hosted. For example, Exchange 2013.

User name

The user name of the service account.


The password of the service account.

Profile name

If you use a static profile, you need the name of the service account profile in Microsoft Outlook on the access node.

Last modified: 5/18/2018 9:03:37 PM