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Removing attachments from the Exchange mail server is a way of optimizing Exchange, as it helps prevent Exchange server storage bloat by offloading attachments to Netmail Store – a low-cost storage solution. In this scenario, Netmail Detach makes use of Netmail Archive, Netmail Secure and Netmail Store. Netmail Archive is responsible for removing attachments from messages that already reside on the Exchange server, sending them to Netmail Store, and replacing them with HTTP links. Netmail Secure is responsible for re-attaching attachments to outbound messages at the gateway. Netmail Store, of course, stores the stripped attachments.

Note: In Exchange 2013, Single Item Recovery (SIR) causes the original copy of each message to be saved in the Versions folder until the policy expires, typically after 14 days. As a result, storage savings is not noticeable during that time period. The impact is most apparent during the first few days of implementing Netmail Detach, when a large number of messages are being stripped of their attachments but are not freeing up the Exchange database due to the copies of the original messages being kept in the Versions folder.

Removing attachments from messages within Exchange

In order to remove attachments from Exchange, you must do the following:

1. Create an Attachment Management Policy in Netmail Archive to remove attachments

In Netmail Archive, create an Attachment Management Policy that defines the date range for which you want to remove attachments from mail messages. For configuration information on creating and configuring a policy, expand the link below.

 Policy Planning, Configuration, and Management

Policy Planning, Configuration, and Management

Policy Overview

There are many types of policies that you can create which may be applied to selected email accounts. The following list is a brief introduction to the types of policies you may want to consider implementing within your organization:

  • Email Usage Policy: An email usage policy should include code of conduct, system usage guidelines, and an email confidentiality clause.
  • Email Retention Policy: An email retention policy is an organizational policy that identifies the retention and deletion requirements for email within the organization. If end users are given the ability to delete messages, then the policy should provide a clear definition as to what constitutes a business record and what constitutes a transitory record that can be deleted.
  • Email Deletion Policy: An email deletion policy is crucial to an organization unless you plan to keep information in perpetuity. So an email deletion policy takes into account that you will need to delete information when it is no longer valuable or when the regulatory requirements have been met. Your deletion policy should take into consideration all forms of email messages, including corporately archived messages, privately archived messages, and backups of messages.
  • Email Archiving Policy: An email archiving policy is critical when defining the expectations and procedures for retaining and storing electronic messages within the organization. While it is an operational policy, it should take into consideration what data will be stored in your primary messaging systems, what data will be stored on online archive systems, and what data will be stored on near-online or off-line systems.

To start using Netmail Archive, first you must create policies before applying them to jobs in order to implement them. Netmail Archive includes several pre-defined sample policies to help system administrators get started as soon as possible. The sample policies are pre-created policies that are available in the Netmail Archive Administration Console and are provided to you as recommended best practices. You can use these sample policies right away or customize these sample policies to better suit the epolicy requirements of your organization. Sample policies are displayed on the left-hand side of the Netmail Administration Console in the tree under the Netmail Archive Policies object. To view detailed criteria assigned to each of these policies, click the name of the policy to open it.

Creating a New Policy

This section describes how to create and manage pre-defined policies for automated or manual archiving of single or multiple accounts. From the tree menu on the left-hand side of the Netmail Administration Console, click Archive > Clusters > <Cluster Name> > Policies to open the main Policies screen where you can create a new policy.

To create a new policy:

1. Click the Create button at the bottom of the screen to open a new dialog box.

2. Under Name, specify a name for the policy you would like to create, and then click Create.

Your policy now appears in the tree under the Policies object.

3. Click the name of the policy you just created to open the policy and begin specifying policy criteria.

Specifying Policy Criteria

There are three different tabs that allow you to configure various policy settings. The settings you apply depend on the type and purpose of the job to which you will assign this policy. Each of these tabs will be described in the same order as the layout of the Netmail Administration Console. By default, when selecting a policy, the Policy Criteria tab is displayed. The Policy Criteria tab allows you to configure the basic message selection criteria for a policy.

Mailbox Quota

Mailbox Quota is used only for Policy objects that you apply to Archive Agent jobs. This feature allows you to use archiving as a means of controlling the size of users’ mailboxes. When you select this feature, you can specify a maximum mailbox size and/or maximum number of days a message can reside in the live mail system before it is archived. Under Mailbox size bigger than [x], enter the maximum allotted mailbox size (including attachments) in MB or GB. Under Messages are older than [x] days, enter the number of days a message can remain in the live system before being archived.

Note: If both criteria are defined, then both criteria must be met in order for messages to be archived. For example, if the maximum mailbox size has been reached, only those messages satisfying the Messages older than [x] days criterion will be archived. Similarly, messages older than the specified x number of days will be archived only when the maximum mailbox size has been reached.

Message Selection

Under Message Selection, specify the types of messages are to be selected by this policy, and therefore processed by the job to which the policy is assigned.

The following available message types match the Exchange item types:

  • Mail
  • Appointments
  • Tasks
  • Notes

Date Properties

Under Date Properties, specify a particular time period to apply to your policy criteria. Only items which have a Created Date value within the specified period will be selected by the policy, and therefore processed by the job to which the policy is assigned.

Note: For calendar based appointments, the comparison is made to the Scheduled Date attribute rather than to the Created Date attribute.

You can specify the From date as the Beginning, which corresponds to January 1, 1970, as a number of days prior to today's date (x days ago), or as a specific calendar date. The To date can be a chosen calendar date or a number of days prior to the current date. For policy use with Archive Jobs, the latter option effectively lets you designate the number of days a message is allowed to remain in the email account before it is archived.

Search Scope

The Search Scope settings are used only when the policy is assigned to an Archive Agent Job. They are designed to help optimize the archiving process when it is carried out regularly. Under Search Scope, use the available options to select which messages you want the Archive Job to inspect against the other policy criteria.

The settings are used as follows when processing each account assigned to the Archive Job’s user list:

  • Process all messages: This option, in conjunction with archive job, results in the processing of every item in the mailbox within the specified date range, regardless of its published flag (see below).
  • Process all unpublished messages: This option saves time by making use of the published flag which previous executions of an archive job have set on successfully archived items.  When it is selected, the job first examines published flag on items within the date range to see if they have previously been archived. Only items which do not have the published flag set (i.e., have not been previously archived) will then be compared with the rest of the policy criteria to determine if they should be archived.  Items which have the published flag are skipped.

Important: After specifying your options, click Save to save your settings. If you do not click Save, your settings will not be saved when you click the Advanced tab.

Specifying Advanced Properties

The Advanced tab of a policy allows you to specify advanced message selection properties for the types of messages to be selected by the policy.

Search Properties

Using the available settings under Search Properties, you can inspect many of the other properties of items to decide whether they should be selected by the policy.

Note: When Netmail Archive archives an item from Exchange, it saves the Exchange properties of the item on the archived item. As such, these advanced policy criteria can be used on policies assigned to jobs acting on archive items, such as ILM Agent Jobs and Export Agent Jobs, as well as policies assigned to Archive Jobs. In actual fact, most organizations find that they rarely use advanced policy criteria on Archive Jobs, since they want to archive most or all items, but the do use them on ILM and Export Jobs, where narrower selection criteria are typically required.

The available item properties are:

  • Attachment name: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • Attachment size: Compared to a specified size
  • Box Type: Incoming, Outgoing, Draft, or Personal
  • Busy Type: Free, Blocked, Out of Office, Tentative (for appointments only)
  • Categories: Matches a specified string
  • Completed: True or False
  • From Text: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • Message body: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • Opened: True or False
  • Personal Subject: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • Personal: True or False
  • Private: True or False
  • Read: True or False
  • Sender: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • Subject: Contains or does not contain a specified string
  • To: Contains or does not contain a specified string

Note: Netmail Archive supports the use of Regular Expression Searching (Regex). Regular expression searching provides a way to match advanced combinations of characters.

Date-based Filtering

For some date-based properties of items, you can specify a specific Date Range to be matched against.

  • Appointment Due Date: This option allows you to match against a date range during which a task in the calendar was scheduled for completion. Select Appointment Due Date, and then click the calendar icons to choose a range of dates (MM/DD/YYYY).
  • Task Completed Date: This option allows you to match against a date range during which a task in the calendar was actually completed. Select Task Completed Date, and then click the calendar icons to choose a range of dates (MM/DD/YYYY).
  • Mail Modified Date: This option allows you to match against a date range for the Modified Date property of the item. Select Mail Modified Date, and then click the calendar icons to choose a range of dates (MM/DD/YYYY).

Important: After specifying your settings, click Save to save your settings. If you do not click Save, your settings will not be saved when you click the Folders tab.

Folders

The Folders tab allows you to select which folders in the mail system accounts or archived accounts you wish to include or exclude from item selection.

Folder Selection

Folder Selection allows you to specify which folders in the mail system accounts or archived mailboxes, depending on the job type to which this policy is assigned, will be processed by the job. You can choose to process items in all folders, or specify which folders to include or exclude in your policy. In this way, you can choose to process items from specific folders only, or to process all folders except for those that have been excluded.

The available folders are:

  • Inbox
  • Calendar
  • Notes
  • Tasks
  • Drafts
  • Deleted Items
  • Sent Items
  • Junk E-mail
  • Recoverable Items

You can also create filter entries for non-system folders. Simply enter the name of the folder you wish to create in the text field, and then click the + button to add your folder to the list. Folder paths can be specified with a leading “\\” or without (e.g., \\Cabinet\Folder1 is the same as Cabinet\Folder1.

Select Recursive if you want to process a selected folder recursively.

Note: If you specify a non-system folder for inclusion or exclusion, you can alter whether the inclusion/exclusion applies only to the contents of that folder itself, or the folder and its subfolders. Using a trailing slash in the folder path, indicates that only this folder is included/excluded. Not using a trailing slash, implies that this folder and all of its subfolders are included/excluded. For example, \\Memos\Personal will include/exclude the Personal folder within the cabinet plus any subfolders of that folder, whereas \\Memos\Personal\ will only apply to the contents of the Personal folder, not any subfolders.

After making your folder selection, click Save to save your settings.

Important: If you do not click Save, your folder settings will not be saved when you start applying policies to jobs in the next section.

2. Apply the Attachment Management Policy to an Attachment Management Job

In Netmail Archive, create an Attachment Management Job (via the Attachment Management Agent). Apply your Attachment Management Policy to the job, select users or groups to which you want to apply the Attachment Management Policy, and schedule when you want the job to run. Then, select the location where you want to store stripped messages, and specify attachment removal criteria (e.g., size, age, etc.). For information on configuring an Attachment Management Job, expand the link below.

 Attachment Management Agent Configuration and Management

Attachment Management Agent Configuration and Management
The Attachment Management Agent lets you to strip attachments from email messages, allowing you to reduce storage bloat on your Exchange server and better manage your storage requirements. Each stripped attachment is replaced with an HTTP link that points to the original attachment. As such, you can manage email mailbox sizes by removing storage-intensive attachments from Exchange while keeping the attachments accessible to end users. The Attachment Management Agent also allows you to re-attach attachments that were previously stripped.

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Selecting Attachment Management Job Criteria

After creating your Attachment Management Job and specifying appropriate Job Settings as described in Job Creation and Distribution, you are ready to select advanced Attachment Management Job criteria. First, click the name of the job you created earlier. By default, the Job Settings tab is displayed. The Job Settings tab allows you to configure basic settings for any of your jobs. The Job Settings tab is available on each Job Agent and is displayed by default when you click on the name of the job you created.

Click the Criteria tab. The Criteria tab allows you to specify what kind of Attachment Management Job you want to create. An Attachment Management Job can be configured to strip attachments from messages or re-attach attachments to their respective messages. In either case, you can specify what criteria should be met in order for attachments to be stripped or re-attached

Under Mode of operation, choose whether you want to Strip attachments or Re-attach attachments.

Stripping Attachments

The Strip attachments option allows you to strip attachments from email messages and store the attachments in Netmail Store.

Note: Netmail does not strip embedded attachments.

Location

From the dropdown list, select the storage location in which you want stripped attachments to be stored. If the drop-down list is empty, you will need to create a storage location. For information about creating storage locations, refer to Specifying Locations.

Note: A Netmail Store or Netmail Store Emulator storage location must be used for attachment stripping.

Process from Primary Mailbox

This option allows you to strip attachments from those messages residing in users' live Exchange mailboxes.

Process from Archive Mailbox, if present

This option allows you strip attachments from those messages that reside in users' Exchange archive mailboxes.

Strip attachments only if message size exceeds [x] MB

Select this option if you want to strip attachments according to the overall message size. Enter the maximum allowed message size in MB. Only those messages that reach or exceed this size limit will have all of their attachments stripped.

Automatically expire attachments after [x] days

This option allows you to set the number of days for which attachments can be viewed after they have been stripped from a message. Once the expiration date is reached, the attachments are deleted. If the number of days is not specified, attachments will be kept forever.

Note: Archived items are retained for a certain period of time, and items in Netmail Store also have a particular expiry date. However, there is no direct correlation between archive deletion dates and attachment expiry dates. As such, it is possible that an archived message could contain a pointer to a stripped attachment in Netmail Store that has already expired. To prevent such a scenario, ensure that the lifetime of stripped attachments is longer than that of archived messages.

Place links to stripped attachments in the body of the message

If you select this option, links pointing to the stripped attachments in your storage location will appear in a table (in either HTML or plain text format, depending on the format of the message body) within the body of the email message they were stripped from. The following information will appear in the table:

  • Name of file(s)
  • Expiry date of the item(s)
  • Size of item(s)

The following screenshots show how a message looks like in a user's mailbox before attachment stripping has been implemented.

Outlook before:

OWA before:

 

The screenshots below show the same message after attachments have been stripped (with HTTP links placed in the body of the message). Stripped attachments can also be accessed through a small Attachments.htm file attached to the message.

Outlook after:

OWA after:

Re-attaching Attachments

The Re-attach attachments option allows you to revert back to the original message and its attachment(s). In other words, stripped attachments are re-attached to their original message rather than being linked to through HTTP links in the HTM file. Once the attachments have be re-attached, the HTM file is removed.

Note: This re-attachment mechanism does not re-attach attachments at the gateway. Rather, it simply re-attaches attachments to their respective messages in the Exchange mail server. For information on re-attaching attachments at the gateway (for outbound messages), refer to the documentation on Netmail Secure's Attachment Management Policy and Attachment Management Agent.

Location

From the drop-down list, select the storage location in which the stripped attachments you want to re-attach are stored.

Process from Primary Mailbox

This option allows you to re-attach stripped attachments in their original format to their messages on the live Exchange system.

Process from Archive Mailbox, if present

This option allows you to re-attach stripped attachments in their original format to their messages residing in the Archive Mailbox.

Important: After specifying your Attachment Management Job criteria options, click Save to save your settings. If you do not click Save, your settings will not be saved.

3. Specify the Netmail Store storage location for attachments

When attachments are removed, Netmail Archive needs to know where to send them for storage. To do so, you must define both a storage device (in this case, Netmail Store) and a storage location (within Netmail Store) for your stripped attachments. If you are already using Netmail Store, then you only need to specify a location. For information on configuring Netmail Store as a storage location for stripped attachments, expand the link below.

 Specifying Locations

Specifying Locations
The Storage tab allows you to specify the paths to the locations where Netmail Archive will archive the selected data from the message store.

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Storage Devices

Storage Devices allows you to select what type of data storage you want to use with Netmail Archive. Netmail Archive has organic integration into NetApp and Netmail Store. Microsoft Windows file shares can also be used. This release of Netmail Archive includes support for previous versions of Netmail Archive, allowing you to choose a legacy data store.

To select your storage device type:

1. Click Add to open the Choose storage device type dialog box.

2. The following options are available for archives that will be generated by Netmail Archive:

  • Netmail Store
  • NetApp
  • File System

3. If you are migrating to Netmail Archive from a version of Netmail’s GWArchive solution, your existing archived data, known as legacy data, can be converted to Netmail Archive format. To create a data store for migrating legacy data, select the Legacy Data checkbox to choose from the following options:

  • 3.x (NetApp)
  • 3.x (File System)

Important: The Legacy Data option should only be chosen when you are planning to migrate your GWArchive data to the newer Netmail Archive format. This location is intended to provide viewer access to the GWArchive data during your migration, so that you can continue to access both your legacy data and your Netmail Archive data during the entire migration process. No Netmail Archive Jobs, aside from the Legacy Data Conversion option of the Utility Job, should be performed on this location.

4. Click Next to open the Storage Device dialog box.

5. Under Name, enter the name you have chosen for your storage device.

6. Under Path, enter the following information, based on the data store you have selected:

  • Netmail Store: If you have chosen to store your data on a Netmail Store device, your Storage Device dialog box will ask for slightly different information than for the other data store options. For detailed instructions on configuring Netmail Store as your data store, see To configure a Netmail Store data store:.
  • NetApp: Enter a UNC path to your NetApp storage device.
  • File System: Netmail Archive supports CIFS based access to filesystem shares. Enter the UNC path to the location of your file system share.

In the case of Legacy Data migration, enter the following data under Path, based on the legacy data store you have selected:

  • 3.x (NetApp): Enter the path to the NetApp device where your 3.x legacy data is stored. If your 3.x legacy data is located on a NetApp device, your Dynamic Data Store and Static Data Store should be located on the same path.
  • 3.x (FileSystem): Enter a UNC path to the file system share where your 3.x legacy data is stored.

8. In the Login field, enter the login ID you use to access the device. For example, for a File System device, you should specify a Windows domain account which has access to the specified network share. Enter the username in domain\username format (e.g., mydom/nmarchive).

9. Under Password, enter the password for the user account you specified under the Login field.

10. Click Save to save your changes.

To configure a Netmail Store data store:

If you chose the Netmail Store option, your Storage Device dialog box will ask for slightly different information than for the other data store options.

1. Under Name, enter the name you have chosen for your Netmail Store device.

2. Under Host, enter the IP address of the server on which you have installed Netmail Store.

3. Under Port, enter the port number that is being used by Netmail Store. Typically, port 80 is used to communicate with Netmail Store.

4. Under End-user Access URI, specify an alternative URI for end users when they access stripped attachments in email messages. This feature works in conjunction with Attachment Management and must be entered in the following format: http(s)://hostname:port.

5. Under Max nodes, enter the number of nodes of Netmail Store that you have installed.

6. Under Failover Hosts, click Add to enter the ip address of any failover hosts configured.

7. Click Save to save your changes.

Note: After saving your data store, you can click Test on the Storage tab to validate the information you provided about your data store.

Storage Locations

Storage Locations allows you to specify the actual location of your archives. With Netmail Archive, you can have multiple storage locations for your archives, one for each set of archive data. For example you may have separate locations for the archive data of each department in your organization. Each of these storage locations has within it components for message, attachment, and audit data, each of which can use different storage devices if required.

To specify storage locations for your archives:

1. Click Add to open the Choose location type dialog box.

2. Select your preferred data format for your storage location:

  • Select Standard to create a storage location for Netmail Archive archives (i.e., for data archived by Netmail Archive).
  • Select GroupWise (For migration only) if you are migrating data from GroupWise to Exchange.
  • Select 3.2.x (For conversion only) to create a location pointing to existing GWArchive data which you intend to convert. For more information about migrating your legacy data, see Utility Agent Configuration and Management.
  • Select Attachment Strip to create a Netmail Store storage location for stripped attachments.

3. Click Next to open the Object Details dialog box. If you selected Attachment Strip, your Object Details dialog box will ask for slightly different information than for the other storage location options. For detailed instructions on configuring a storage location for stripped attachments, see To specify a storage location for your stripped attachments:.

4. Under Name, enter a name for your location.

Tip: This is the name that will be displayed to users and auditors when they access archive data, thus choose a name which will be of meaning to them. Note that this name will also be used by the indexing service. Therefore, once this name is chosen and the data in this location is indexed, the name should not be changed or the data will need to be re-indexed.

5. Under Description, enter a description for your storage location.

6. Netmail Archive improves storage efficiency with Single Instance Storage (SIS) by saving a single copy of identical attachments. You can enable SIS on a system-wide basis by choosing Global. This means that if multiple users each receive one or multiple copies of an identical attachment, only one copy of the attachment will be stored. If you choose Account Level, the feature will only function on the individual user level. For more information about SIS, see Single Instance Storage (SIS).

7. Select the Invisible to regular users option to make the archived data hidden from end users who are not super users. Otherwise, the archived data will be available to regular users via the WebViewer and Netmail Search.

8. Under Archive data store, select the name of one of the storage devices that you defined under Storage Devices, on which you would like to store your archived email messages.

9. Under +, enter the subdirectory path on the selected storage device to which you want the archive data to be written. For example, imagine you had a Storage Device named Archive-Store with a UNC path of \\Server1\Archive-data. If you select an Archive Data store of Archive-store and a + path of Primary, then your archive data will be written to the path \\Server1\Archive-data\Primary.

10. Under Attachment data store, select the name of one of the storage devices that you defined under Storage Devices, on which you would like to store your archived email attachments.

11. Under +, enter the subdirectory path on the selected storage device where you want the attachment data to be written to. For example, imagine you had a Storage Device named Archive-Store with a UNC path of \\Server1\Archive-data. If you select an Attachment Data store of Archive-store and a + path of Atts, then your attachment data will be written to the path \\Server1\Archive-data\Atts.

Important: The Archive Data Store and Attachment Data Store constitute your Static Data Store. Therefore, these paths can point to a CAS device (Netmail Store), a NetApp device, or a standard file system.

12. Under Audit path, enter the UNC path to the location where you want to store the audit files for the data archived to this storage location and the attachment stubs stored via Single Instance Storage. These items constitute your Dynamic Data Store. Therefore, your audit path can point to a standard file system or a NetApp device, but not to a CAS device. You must enter the full directory path to a file system share where the files will be saved.

The Netmail Archive services must have read/write permissions to access this share. Either ensure that the user account being used to run the Netmail Archive services on your archive servers has this access, or use the User ID and Password fields below to enter valid credentials. Click Test to validate access to your audit path once you have specified any necessary credentials.

Note: It is possible to designate a location for your audit files that is different from where your archived messages will be stored. Using different storage devices for archived messages compared to archived attachments is also possible. These options are provided for both performance and security purposes. For example, in some cases you may wish to store attachments, which are larger and less frequently accessed, on slower, cheaper storage. Alternatively, audit files, which are accessed more frequently, should be stored on faster media, as the data is continuously being accessed and updated. Storing the audit files in a different location also allows the possibility of applying different access rights, although all Netmail Archive access is done through the Netmail Archive services account.

Warning: In order for Netmail Archive to function properly, it is important that you not delete your audit files. This is true for all versions of Netmail Archive. Netmail recommends that you establish a procedure for backing up your audit files, so that if you accidentally delete them, they can be restored.

13. Under User ID, enter the user ID of an account which has read/write access to the audit path specified using the following syntax: domain name\user ID.

Note: If the Netmail Archive services account has the required access, then no additional credentials are required here.

14. Under Password, enter the password for the specified account.

15. Click Add next to the Super users field to select a super user. In the User List dialog box that appears, click List Users and choose one or multiple super users, then click OK. The selected users will appear in the Super users field.

Note: A super user is a user who has rights to view the entire contents of the storage location for which that user has been designated a super user.

16. Click Save in the Object Details window to save your changes to the Storage Location you were defining, and then click Save at the bottom of the Storage window to save the new location to the Netmail Archive configuration store.

To specify a storage location for your stripped attachments:

If you selected the Attachment Strip option, your Object Details dialog box will ask for slightly different information than for the other storage location options.

1. Under Name, enter a name for your location.

Tip: This is the name that will be displayed to users and auditors when they access archive data, thus choose a name which will be of meaning to them. Note that this name will also be used by the indexing service. Therefore, once this name is chosen and the data in this location is indexed, the name should not be changed or the data will need to be re-indexed.

2. Under Description, enter a description for the storage location of your stripped attachments.

3. Under Attachment data store, select the name the Netmail Store storage device that you defined under Storage Devices, on which you would like to store your stripped attachments of archived email messages.

4. Under Stub path, enter the UNC path to the location where you want to store the attachment stubs stored via Single Instance Storage. You must enter the full directory path to a file system share where the files will be saved.

The Netmail Archive services must have read/write permissions to access this share. Either ensure that the user account being used to run the Netmail Archive services on your archive servers has this access, or use the User ID and Password fields below to enter valid credentials. Click Test to validate access to your audit path once you have specified any necessary credentials.

5. Under User ID, enter the user ID of an account which has read/write access to the stub path specified using the following syntax: domain name\user ID.

Note: If the Netmail Archive services account has the required access, then no additional credentials are required here.

6. Under Password, enter the password for the specified account.

7. Click Save in the Object Details window to save your changes to the Storage Location you were defining, and then click Save at the bottom of the Storage window to save the new location to the Netmail Archive configuration store.

Note: Netmail Archive does not support the use of Microsoft Windows mapped drives. Netmail archive supports UNC and not mapped drives for storage configuration. EXAMPLE: //server/share/directory

Important: When you have finished specifying your locations, click Save. If you do not click Save, your configuration settings will not be saved.

Re-attaching attachments at the gateway (for outbound mail to external recipients)

To re-attach attachments to outbound messages, ensure that the Netmail Secure Attachment Management Agent is Enabled.