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
Table: Enterprise Vault system properties lists the system properties defined in Enterprise Vault.
Table: Enterprise Vault system properties
The date on which the item was archived.
The ID of the archive in which the item is stored. You can use the PowerShell cmdlet Get-EVArchive to obtain the required ID.
The display names of the author and, if appropriate, of the person on whose behalf the item has been sent.
The email addresses of the author and, if appropriate, of the person on whose behalf the item has been sent.
The end date of an event, such as a calendar meeting.
The current location of the item. A sequence of folders.
The location of an event, such as a calendar meeting.
The conversation tracking topic. This is currently populated for MAPI and SMTP items only.
The reason for missing content. The options are as follows:
The content of the item, up to the limit that the Windows File Classification Infrastructure imposes.
The name of the extension content provider.
The current retention category name.
May reflect the value that various Enterprise Vault features, such as classification, retention plans, and retention folders, have applied to the item.
Calendar recurrence exception.
Calendar recurrence pattern.
Calendar recurrence type.
The start date of an event, such as a calendar meeting.
The created, sent, received, or archived date.
The data type of the item. For example, DOCX, XLSX, or MSG.
The message flag status.
The message importance, expressed as a numeric value. 0 = Low, 1 = Normal, and 2 = High.
The original location of the item. A sequence of folders.
The last-modified date of the item.
The item's original MAPI message class (for example, IPM.Note).
The number of attachments.
The number of recipients.
This property counts a distribution list as one recipient, regardless of how many members the distribution list has.
The number of recipient email addresses.
If you have configured Enterprise Vault to expand distribution lists then, for items in journal archives, this property counts each member of a distribution list as one recipient.
The message priority, expressed as a numeric value. -1 = Low, 0 = Normal, and 1 = High.
The display names of the BCC recipients.
The email addresses of the BCC recipients.
The display names of the CC recipients.
The email addresses of the CC recipients.
The retention start date/time.
Not supported by queries that target 32-bit volumes.
The display names of the TO recipients.
The email addresses of the TO recipients.
The message sensitivity, expressed as a numeric value. 0 = Normal, 1 = Personal, 2 = Private, and 3 = Confidential.
The size of the item in KB.
The completion date of a task.
The due date of a task.
The status of a task. 0 = Not started, 1 = In progress, 2 = Completed, 3 = Paused, and 4 = Deferred.