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Archive Manager 5.4 - Installation and Configuration Guide for Exchange

Deployment considerations for Exchange System requirements Hardware recommendations Pre-installation preparations Installing and configuring Archive Manager Upgrading/Uninstalling Archive Manager Post-installation tasks Appendix A: Attachment store types Appendix B: Installing the Archive Retrieve tool for BlackBerry users

Lync Store Manager (LSM)

Lync Store Manager Timer Interval: The time, in seconds, between LSM scans. The default value is 3600 (seconds).
LSM Export Delay Hours: A time delay, in hours, after a conversation starts, before LSM processes the conversation. This delay is necessary because a conversation can only be exported after it is closed and saved (a Microsoft limitation). If LSM runs too soon, active conversations are missed. The default value is 12 (hours). This is the recommended minimum value.
LSM Failed Folder: The location to put conversation files that the Data Loader failed to load. The default value is “<Base Data Directory>\LSMFailed”.

Data Loader

Dataload Timer Interval: Sets the number of seconds that the data loader will stop before running through the enabled "Dataloaders" (within the Archive manager user interface), for example, MAPI, Filesystem etc. The default value is 60 (seconds), since the MAPI32 process must have time to unload before the Dataloader processes the Mailbox on its next run. A lower value may work better in some circumstances, but in most cases 60 seconds is the optimum interval.
DataLoad Service Max POP Message Size: The maximum size in MB of message processed by the POP3 data loader. The default value is 50 (MB).
Dataload Process Rows: The number of database records that the data loader will process in a batch. The default value is 2500.
Save Excluded Emails: Save Excluded Emails is a Boolean (true or false) parameter that determines whether File System Data Loader will save all messages that match an exclusion rule to the Exclusion directory as XML. If this feature is enabled, it also will write some metadata to the Exclusion table in Archive Manager. The default value is True.
ExclusionDirectory: Specifies the location to store the excluded XML files. The default value is C:\Quest\ArchiveManager\Exclusion.
ErrorPath: Specifies the location to store the XML files that the File System Data Loader fails to load. The default value is C:\Quest\ArchiveManager\Error.
Data Loader Worker Log Retention Days: How many days the logs of the MAPI data loader will be kept in the log folder. The default value is 7 (days).
Journal Data Loader Log Level: The log level for the MAPI data loader.
POP3 Timeout Seconds: The maximum number of seconds for the POP3 data loader to process a single message. The default value is 3000 (seconds).

Full Text Index (FTI)

Full Text Index Include Recipients: Controls whether or not recipients are added to the Lucene index. The default is False. This setting has historically defaulted to false as the recipients are not searchable in Lucene, but are instead pulled from the Archive Manager database. This setting should remain false.
Full Text Index Max Field Length: This setting can be used to increase or decrease the field length from the default of 100,000 for indexed terms in a single document.
Full Text Index Max Merge Docs: This setting can be used to merge indexes into larger files, increasing search performance. The default is 1000000 documents per file.
Full Text Index Merge Factor: This setting can be used to merge same-sized index files, increasing search performance. The default is 10 files.
FTI Max Buffered Docs: Specifies how many documents Lucene can buffer in RAM before flushing them to an on-disk segment. If set to zero, flushing is triggered by size only, according to "Full Text Index Ram Buffer Size MB". The default is 0.
FTI Max Worker Count: The max number of indexing workers the FTI can devote to a single partition. The default is 10.
FTI Max Total Indexer Threads: Aggregate maximum total number of indexer threads the FTI is allowed to use. If "FTI Max Worker Count" times the number of active partitions exceeds this total, the FTI will scale back each partition's use of threads to try not to exceed this limit. No partition, no matter how low its IndexingPriority, will use less than 1 thread. The default value is 40.
FTI Commit Point Keep Count: The number of Lucene index commit points to retain. This should only be increased above 1 if attempting to gather data on index corruption. The default is 1.
FTI Auto Failover: Controls whether the FTI will initiate failover automatically. The default is True.
FTI Auto Repair: Controls whether the FTI will initiate repair of corruption automatically. The default is True.
FTI Repair Auto Fix: Controls whether the FTI will actually repair the corruption it identifies during a Repair operation. The default is True.
FTI Auto Itemize: Controls whether the FTI will initiate itemize automatically after repair. The default is True.
FTI Itemize Auto Fix: Controls whether the FTI will actually add FailedToIndex records for the items it identifies as missing during an Itemize operation. The default is True.
Full Text Index Ram Buffer Size MB: Determines the amount of RAM that may be used when buffering added documents and deletions before they are flushed to the Directory. This setting corresponds directly to Lucene's SetRAMBufferSizeMB method. The default is disabled. Using the default setting is recommended.

Full Text Search (FTS)

Full Text Search Cache Time: Determines the length of time, in minutes, that a Full Text Index search on the body of a message or attachment will be cached after it runs. The default value is 60 (minutes). The cache lets a user re-run the same search within the Cache Time limit, obtaining the same results, but much faster than if the search were re-run from scratch.
Full Text Max Results: The maximum number of results that the FTS service retrieves. The default value is 5000.
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