Enterprise Vault.cloud™ Journaling Guide
- Journaling Overview
- Exchange 2013 and 2016 Set-up
- Exchange 2013 and 2016 Disable
- Exchange 2010 Set-up
- Exchange 2010 Disable
- Exchange 2007 Set-up
- Exchange 2007 Disable
- Exchange 2003 Standard Set-up
- Exchange 2003 Standard Disable
- Exchange 2003 Envelope Set up
- Exchange 2003 Envelope Disable
- Office 365
- Domino Mail
- Google G Suite Enterprise Gmail
- Additional Journaling Information
- Journaling best practices
- Journaling troubleshooting
- Journal Verification Guide
About journaling and Enterprise Vault.cloud
Journaling is a mail server operation that can record all communications, including inbound, outbound and internal email messages. Journaling does not capture the existing messages that are stored in users' active mailboxes: it only captures new messages. As journaling captures a new message "in flight", the user cannot alter or delete that message until it is archived.
Once journaling is enabled, the mail server can be configured to forward copies of newly journaled messages to Enterprise Vault.cloud.
Journaling does not capture miscellaneous items like contacts, calendar items, or tasks.