Enterprise Vault™ Classification using the Microsoft File Classification Infrastructure
- About this guide
- Getting started
- How Enterprise Vault caches the items that it submits for classification
- Setting up the classification properties
- Configuring your classification rules
- Defining and applying classification policies
- Running classification in test mode
- Publishing classification properties and rules across your site
- Using classification with smart partitions
- Appendix A. Enterprise Vault properties for use in classification rules
- Appendix B. PowerShell cmdlets for use with classification
- Appendix C. Monitoring and troubleshooting
When an item that Enterprise Vault has passed for classification has one or more attachments, multiple properties of those attachments are also available for classification. You can distinguish these attachment properties by their a_ prefixes: a_cont, a_subj, and so on. Table: Enterprise Vault attachment properties lists a typical set of attachment properties that Enterprise Vault passes for classification.
Table: Enterprise Vault attachment properties
The reason for missing content (encrypted content, converter error, and so on). See the description of the comr property for more details.
See System properties.
The content of the attachment, up to the limit that the Windows File Classification Infrastructure imposes.
The created, sent, received, or archived date of the attachment.
The data type of the attachment. For example, DOCX, XLSX, or MSG.
The last-modified date of the attachment.
The size of the attachment in KB.
The file name of the attachment or, if it is a message, the subject.
The classification feature always treats attachments as files. So, even if an attachment is an email message, its sender information and recipient information are not available for classification.