Enterprise Vault.cloud™ Archive Administration Help
- Getting started with Archive Administration
- Archive Overview
- My Config
- About Office 365 mailbox delegation permissions synchronization
- About Provisioning
- About Managed Tags
- About Account Management
- Archive Collectors
- About Box File Archiving
- About Salesforce Chatter Archiving
- About Lync On-Premises Archiving
- About Bloomberg Archiving
- Role Management
- Policy Management
- Authentication Management
- AD FS Configuration Guide
- Retention Management
- Continuity Management
- Reporting and Notifications
- Personal.cloud Deployment for IBM Notes
- Archive Administration Updates in Previous Releases
- Archive Administration Known Issues
Which emails get classified?
If your company has the Veritas Information Classifier service enabled, the service can apply classification tags to Enterprise Vault.cloud's incoming emails that match the enabled policies in the Veritas Information Classifier.
Once a policy is enabled in the Veritas Information Classifier, the classification process is performed for the new emails that Enterprise Vault.cloud ingests. Note that:
The classification tags that are associated with a policy get applied only to matching emails that are ingested into Enterprise Vault.cloud after the policy is enabled. Any previously archived emails do not get tagged.
If the system administrator changes or disables a classification policy, the changes affect the emails that are subsequently ingested into Enterprise Vault.cloud. The changes are not reflected in the existing archived emails. For example if you disable a previously enabled classification policy, any archived emails that were tagged as a result of matching the policy remain tagged in Enterprise Vault.cloud.
Classification tags are only assigned through the Veritas Information Classifier. Unlike other types of tag, you cannot assign or remove classification tags manually.