Enterprise Vault™ Setting up IMAP
- Setting up IMAP
- About IMAP
- Configuring IMAP and enabling users for IMAP access
- Editing the IMAP notification message
- Defining IMAP provisioning groups
- Where to get more information about Enterprise Vault
- Using the IMAP dashboard
- PowerShell cmdlets for IMAP
Defining Internet mail IMAP provisioning groups
Internet mail IMAP provisioning groups let you provision Internet mail users. Enterprise Vault creates new Internet mail archives, which users can then access from any IMAP client. Users can search their archives, and archive new items from any mail account that is configured on their IMAP client, either manually or using rules on the client.
To define an Internet mail IMAP provisioning group
- In the left pane of the Administration Console, expand your Enterprise Vault site.
- Expand the Client Access container, then the IMAP and Provisioning Groups containers.
- Under Provisioning Groups, right-click Internet Mail, and click New > Provisioning Group.
The New Internet Mail IMAP Provisioning Group wizard appears.
Work through the wizard to create the new provisioning group. The wizard prompts you to provide the following information:
A name for the provisioning group.
Whether or not the users who are provisioned by this group are enabled for IMAP, and the IMAP policy that is applied to them if they are enabled. Note that you can also create a new IMAP policy from within the wizard if a suitable policy does not exist already.
The individual users and user groups who will be provisioned by this group.
The level of indexing detail applied to any new archives that are created for users who are provisioned by this group. You can use the Enterprise Vault site's setting, or make specific settings for this provisioning group.
The retention category or retention plan that is applied to any new archives that are created for users who are provisioned by this group.
Choose a vault store to host the new archives that are created for IMAP users.
The Enterprise Vault server that will host the client access provisioning task for the domain whose users and groups you are provisioning. You need to do this only if a client access provisioning task does not already exist for the domain.