Enterprise Vault™ Utilities
- About this guide
- Audit Viewer
- Domino Archive Exporter
- Domino Profile Document Tool
- Domino Retention Plan Tool
- EVDominoExchangeMigration Tool
- Running the EVDominoExchangeMigration tool
- EVEARemovalUtility usage examples
- About EVSVR
- About the EVSVR operation settings
- Report operations in EVSVR
- Verify operations in EVSVR
- Repair operations in EVSVR
- Using the output from one EVSVR operation as input for another operation
- Viewing the EVSVR output log file
- Running EVSVR in interactive mode
- About using FSAUtility with Dell EMC Celerra/VNX placeholders
- FSAUtility options
- NTFS to Centera Migration
- Permissions Browser
- Policy Manager (EVPM)
- Sections and keynames in Policy Manager initialization file
- Policy Manager initialization file examples
- About using the Provisioning API to run Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API scripting properties for Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API Advanced settings for Policy Manager scripts
- Vault Store Usage Reporter
[PST] section in the Policy Manager initialization file
The settings you provide in this section override any default settings that you may have defined in the [PSTdefaults] section.
Optional for marked PST files. Mandatory for unmarked PST files.
Specifies the name or archive ID of the archive to which Policy Manager migrates the items in the PST files.
You can make Policy Manager automatically determine the correct archive to use, in which case you do not need to specify ArchiveName.
Policy Manager uses the first archive that has a matching name. If you have archives with duplicate names, the result may not be what you want. To avoid this problem, use the archive ID, which you can copy from the Advanced tab of the archive's properties in the Administration Console.
The name of the archive to process
The archive ID of the archive to process
Optional. Controls whether Policy Manager migrates the unexpired calendar items. If you choose to migrate unexpired calendar items, users must restore the items before they can modify them.
Optional. Controls whether Policy Manager turns off Outlook AutoArchiving for all the folders in the target mailboxes. This stops Outlook from automatically archiving items to PST files.
Optional. Controls whether the PST file is compacted after successful migration of its contents.
If you intend to use this PST compaction feature at the end of migrations, you may need some spare disk capacity to provide room for the compaction to take place. This capacity is typically the size of the largest PST file plus approximately 5% of that size.
Optional. Controls whether the PST file is deleted after the successful migration of its contents.
Optional. Indicates whether Policy Manager is to ignore this file when it processes PST files. In report mode, Policy Manager ignores this setting and checks the status of every PST file listed.
In the new initialization file that Policy Manager creates after a report mode run, [PST] sections that have caused errors contain the entry DoNotProcess = True.
Mandatory. Specifies the path to the PST file that you want to process.
Optional. Controls whether the PST Deleted Items folder is migrated.
Optional. Do not use. Policy Manager inserts JobStatus when you run in process mode. JobStatus indicates whether the file was successfully processed.
Processed. The file has been successfully processed. Its [PST] section is commented out to prevent reprocessing.
Unprocessed. Policy Manager cannot begin processing this file.
Incomplete. Policy Manager was processing this file when a failure occurred that stopped all processing, such as a power cut.
Partially_Processed. Some items in the PST file cannot be processed. All these items have been placed in a folder that is called PST Migration Failed Items in the PST file. Policy Manager cannot migrate these items.
Failed. The file cannot be processed for some reason. For example, the Storage Service may not be running, or the user may have opened the file.
Optional. Creates a log file with the same name as the original initialization file and a file type of .log. For example, if the original script was called
PSTMigration.ini then the log would be called
Optional. Specifies the distinguished name of the mailbox in which to place shortcuts to the items that have been migrated. The distinguished name value required is the legacyExchangeDN property for the mailbox in Active Directory.
The easiest way to determine a number of MailboxDN values is to run the Exchange Mailbox Task in report mode. For instructions on how to use report mode to test archiving, see the Administration Console help file. The output file then contains the MailboxDN of each mailbox on that Exchange Server computer.
A distinguished name, such as the following:
Optional. Identifies the top-level mailbox folder in which Policy Manager places shortcuts to migrated items. If the folder does not exist, Policy Manager creates it. Beneath this folder, PST Migrator duplicates the original folder structure and places shortcuts in the appropriate folders.
If not specified in either the [PST] or [PSTDefaults] sections, the original folder structure is recreated at the top level of the mailbox.
A folder name. For example, PST items.
Optional. Controls the placement of migrated folders in the target mailbox. When set to true, migrating more than one PST file for the same user causes Policy Manager to merge the identically-named folders.
When set to false, Policy Manager appends a number to the folder names, if necessary, and thereby keeps the folders separate. For example, if two folders at the same level are called "MyFolder", Policy Manager creates "MyFolder" and "MyFolder 1".
If MergePSTFolders is set to false and you migrate three PST files that have the display name "Personal Folders", and all contain top-level folders "Inbox" and "Sent Items", then you get a structure like the following:
PST Migration (specified by MailboxFolder) Personal Folders Inbox Sent Items Personal Folders 1 Inbox Sent Items Personal Folders 2 Inbox Sent Items
Mandatory for Outlook 97 to Outlook 2002 PST files. Not required for Outlook 2003 or later PST files. Specifies the Windows codepage that was used when the PSTs were created. You must specify the language here, in the [PSTdefaults] section, or, for individual PST files, in the [PST] section.
Note the following if the language used was not Western European:
If the wrong codepage is used, limitations in Exchange Server mean that the folder names may be corrupted. However, there are no problems with items within the folders.
If a folder name is corrupted, you may experience the following problems:
The corrupt folder name is used if a user ever chooses to restore an item to its original folder.
A user who wants to search for an item, and who enters the original location, must enter the corrupt folder name.
To avoid these problems, specify the language that was used when the PSTs were created.
The language that you specify here must be available on the Storage Service computer that archives the contents of the PST files.
Optional for marked PST files. Mandatory for unmarked PST files.
Specifies the name or ID of the retention category to apply to the migrated PST items.
Although RetentionCategory is optional, Policy Manager must be able to obtain a retention category from somewhere. Policy Manager takes the first retention category it finds in the following:
The file's RetentionCategory setting in the [PST] section.
If MailboxDN is specified in the [PST] section, the default retention category for that mailbox.
If ArchiveName is specified in the [PST] section, the default retention category for the mailbox that is associated with that archive.
A retention category name
A retention category ID
Some Enterprise Vault features can override the specified retention category. For example, the retention plan feature lets you set up one or more retention folders in your users' archives. If a retention folder has the same name and place in the folder hierarchy as a migrated folder, the retention folder's retention category can override the one that you have set here.
For more information on retention, see the Administrator's Guide.
Optional. Identifies the computer that is running the Storage Service. If you omit ServerComputerName, Policy Manager uses the name of the computer on which it is running.
A computer identification, which can be its LanMan name, DNS name, or IP address.
IP address: 188.8.131.52
Optional. Defines the PST migration mode, which determines how Policy Manager treats the contents of the PST at the end of the migration.
Create shortcuts to the migrated items and leave the shortcuts in the PST files.
Create shortcuts to the migrated items and put the shortcuts into the designated Exchange mailbox. Also copies to the mailbox any items that were excluded from archiving.
Do not create any shortcuts to migrated items. Any items that were excluded from archiving remain in the PST files.
Optional. Controls whether the PST file is set as hidden after successful migration of its contents. If you have set your desktop so that it does not show hidden files, this hides the PST files that you have migrated successfully. This option is provided for compatibility with the PST Migrator wizard and is not likely to be used in scripted migrations.
Optional. Controls whether the PST file is set to be read-only after the successful migration of its contents. This prevents users from opening the files with Outlook.