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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

Archive Manager rights and permissions

Administrator Account: The account you are logged in with when you run the Archive Manager Install program.
Service Account (default account name is ArchiveMgr_Service): Specified in the configuration Console. Used by the Directory Connector, Alert Service, Full-Text Index, Full-Text Search and Message Retention Services. If no Journal dataloader is created at install time, then this account will be used for the Data Load Service too.
Journal Account (default account name is ArchiveMgr_Journal): Specified after the Database Install/Upgrade in the installer. Used by the Dataloader. This is configured for use by the DataLoader only if a Journal DataLoader is configured. If Journaling is not present, then the ArchiveMgr_Service user is used.
ESM Account (default account name is ArchiveMgr_ESM): Specified after the Database Install/Upgrade in the installer. Used by the Exchange Store Manager Service.
ArchiveManagerServiceUsers Group: A Domain Group containing the Service, Journal and ESM accounts.
Archive Manager Exchange Admins Group: A Domain Group containing the ESM Account. Note that this group is not created by the installer, so must be created manually. It is recommended that this account be created before Archive Manager is installed.

Hardware recommendations

Archive Manager Services server

The services listed below are installed on the Archive Manager Services server. These services can also be spread among other server hardware:

Active Directory Connector (ADC): The ADC synchronizes Archive Manager with users and security maintained in your existing Active Directory store.
Exchange Store Manager (ESM): The ESM synchronizes Archive Manager with the current state of the enterprise’s Exchange mail server.
Data Loader: The Data Loader populates Archive Manager with email messages from the enterprise mail server and/or other data sources.
Search Service: The Search Service consists of two separate services: Full Text Index Service (FTI) and Full Text Search Service (FTS). The Full Text Index Service indexes the full text of messages within the Archive Manager store, storing security context as well, for high-speed full-text searches. The Full Text Search Service performs full-text searches against the Archive Manager Full Text Index, providing results to the Archive Manager core search engine.
Message Retention Policy Service: The Retention Policy Service deletes email messages from the archive according to the retention rules and policies defined in the Retention Policy Editor.
Alert Service: The Alert Service runs SQL queries on the Archive Manager database, and WMI queries on your server and sends Alert emails.
Website: The Archive Manager website allows you to search your archive and administer various components of Archive Manager. The installer can place the Archive Manager website on a different server than the services server.

Archive Manager SQL database server

The Archive Manager SQL database server performs the following functions:

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