Exchange Solutions

How to Use In-place E-discovery in Exchange Server

In this article we look at ways to use In-Place E-Discovery in Ms Exchange To make use of the In-Place E-Discovery feature in MS Exchange, a user has to be added to the Discovery management role group. By adding a user to the Discovery Management role group, you enable them to use the In-Place E-Discovery feature, for searching messages across mailboxes. Therefore, before you add a user, you should be sure about their activities. A search can also be performed in Exchange Admin Center (EAC),...

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How to Preserve Mailboxes for In-place eDiscovery in Exchange Server

In this article we look at the process of preserving Exchange mailboxes for performing In-Place e-Discovery. When an employee ceases to be a part of the organization, their mailboxes are either disabled or deleted. And once a mailbox has been disabled, it gets disconnected from the account of the user, and remains in the mailbox for default period of 30 days. After the mailbox has been disconnected, the Managed Folder Assistant does not process information from it, and none of the retention...

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A Quick Overview of Integration of Exchange E-discovery with Sharepoint

In this article we explain the benefits of the integration between MS Exchange and SharePoint, how it will enable the user to search and preserve content, manage cases, and export discovery data. In the 2016 edition of Exchange Server, the users are provided with support to integrate with SharePoint Server. This integration will enable the Discovery Manager to make use of the e-Discovery center in SharePoint for the following purposes: Searching and Preserving Content from Similar...

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