Enterprise Vault™ Setting up SMTP Archiving
- About this guide
- Introducing Enterprise Vault SMTP Archiving
- Installing SMTP Archiving
- Configuring SMTP Archiving
- Configuring the Enterprise Vault SMTP Servers in the site
- Adding an SMTP Archiving task and holding folder
- Configuring retention categories and retention plans
- Creating SMTP policies
- Configuring archives for SMTP messages
- Provisioning users for SMTP Group or SMTP Mailbox Journaling
- Using the SMTP dashboard
- PowerShell cmdlets
- Appendix A. Configuring target address rewriting
MTAs or third-party applications can add X-Headers to SMTP messages that are sent to Enterprise Vault. The format of X-Headers that are added to messages must conform to RFC 822. If non-ASCII characters are included in X-Headers, the encoding must conform to RFC 2047.
To ensure that Enterprise Vault recognizes these headers and adds them to the index for the message, you add the X-Headers to the X-Header list in the policy. Enterprise Vault treats all X-Header names and values as case-sensitive, so you must add them to the X-Header list exactly as they appear in the messages.
For each X-Header that you want to process, you specify the following information:
The X-Header name. For example, X-Company-ID.
The type of value that the X-Header contains; string, integer, or datetime.
Whether the X-Header can be included in Enterprise Vault search criteria; Searchable.
Whether the X-Header can be returned in search results; Retrievable.
If a message contains several instances of the same X-Header, Enterprise Vault indexes the first value only. If you want to add multiple values for the same X-Header, use the Enterprise Vault X-Header, X-Kvs-IndexData.