When you create an Email Journaling App for a Journal Mailbox, you need the following information.
Provide a name for the Email Journaling App.
The name of server plan that you want to associate with the Email Journaling App.
The index server that you created for the application.
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.
The list of access nodes that you want to associate with the Email Journaling App.
You must associate at least one access node with the Email Journaling App.
The recall service points to the client where the Web Console is installed and that is used to retrieve stubbed messages for features like Outlook Add-In and ContentStore Email Viewer. Enter the complete address of the proxy service that was installed with the Web Console.
Consider the following when you configure recall services:
Specify a domain namespace.
The recall service URL, which is the URL to the client where the Web Console is installed, should be in either of the following formats: http://server.domain.com or https://server.domain.com.
The recall server can be a load-balancing server.
The recall services should be accessible from outside the firewall.
Exchange Environment Information
Select Journal mailbox.
The list of on-premises Exchange servers that you want to associate with the Exchange Mailbox server.
You must include at least one Exchange server. If you include multiple Exchange servers, enter each server on a separate line.
Exchange Service Accounts 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.
The version of Exchange Server that is installed on the computer where the service account is hosted. For example, Exchange 2013.
The user name of the service account.
The password of the service account.
Use static profile
If you use a static profile, you need the profile name of the service account profile in Microsoft Outlook on the access node.