This application is used for viewing archived emails and files over the Internet. A user can access archive via a browser by navigating to the ArchiveWeb:
With mobile device support your archive is at hand virtually anywhere. Pages fitting mobile device screen and simplified navigation contribute to the ease of use.
·Browsing all archived mails (archived by Archive Manager for Exchange) and files (archived by Archive Manager for Files)
·Full-text search (optional)
·Database search (optional) - allows searching for archived items using query-builder capabilities.
·Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019
·.NET Framework 4.6.1 (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49981)
NOTE: In case of Windows Server 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019, make sure the .NET Framework 4.5 Features / WCF Services / HTTP Activation is checked under Server Manager > Add Roles and Features Wizard.
·MS Internet Explorer 11
·Mozilla Firefox 69 and later
·Google Chrome 76 and later
·Opera 63 and later
Please make sure you have installed the fix for MVC applications follow the link below to find appropriate update according to your OS:
When you find you are unable to browse MVC application, you can try to register the framework for IIS by executing the followings commands:
If required, uncheck Require SSL in IISs SSL Settings for ArchiveWeb.
ArchiveWeb can be installed:
·as a component when running your Archive Manager for Exchange/Files package.
·as a manual process using the Archive Manager ArchiveWeb setup.exe file.
NOTE: Archive Manager ArchiveWeb must be installed on the same machine that hosts the Archive Manager for Exchange or Archive Manager for Files server. In a distributed deployment topology for Archive Manager for Exchange, choose the computer that hosts the Archive Manager for Exchange server with the Archive server role. Installing Archive Manager ArchiveWeb on another computer is not supported.
The following lines describe the installation using the separate Disc\Metalogix\Archive Manager Installation Package\ArchiveWeb\Archive Manager ArchiveWeb setup.exe
1.Run the setup on the primary Archive server machine in your domain meeting the requirements as described above.
2.On the Welcome dialog click Next. Then read the License Agreement. To continue select the I accept the terms of the license agreement and click Next.
3.Destination dialog allows you to change the installation location by clicking the Change button. Click Next to continue.
4.The following dialog requires more attention. It is displayed if installation runs on a clean machine in terms of Archive Manager. In case of previous installation you will be prompted to confirm the previous configuration instead.
In case of fresh install:
Check the Archive Manager installed in your environment Files or Exchange.
The MultiTenant Web Service URL is filled in automatically. No need to change it.
The Files Web Service URL is filled in automatically as follows:
Just make sure to check the <ForFilesServerName>. It has to be the name/IP address of the machine where Archive Manager for Files is installed.
The Exchange Web Service URL is filled in automatically as follows:
Just make sure to check the <ForExchangeServerName>. It has to be the name/IP address of the machine where Archive Manager for Exchange is installed.
When finished, click Next.
5.Further check which Archive Manager components are installed in your environment:
·Archive Manager Auditing
If checked, fill in also the Auditing Server Name and Port. These information can be found in the Archive Manager Configuration tool on your auditing server
(<installdir> / Program Files(x86) / Common Files / PAM / PAMConfig / PamConfig.exe) >>> see the Auditing/Database and Connection tabs
·Archive Manager Search
If checked, fill in also the MAM Search URL text box:
Again, these information can be found in the Archive Manager Configuration tool on your fulltext server
(<installdir> / Program Files(x86) / Common Files / PAM / PAMConfig / PamConfig.exe) >>> see the Search/Search Scopes and Connectivity tabs
5.Specify a port value. Port numbers can be between 1 and 65535. A typical value is 80. Then click Next.
6.Now you need to enter the credentials of the user under which your Archive Manager is installed. User account must be in the format DOMAIN\Username. Then click Next.
7.Finally click Install.
After browsing the ArchiveWeb URL (http://<YourArchiveWebServer>/archiveweb), the Login window gets displayed. Users are asked to enter their name (or domain name\user name or email address) and password. Email address should be:
·Office365 email address
·Active Directory Domain email address in format <name>@domain.com
Please note: johnSmith@ateam.com is equivalent to ateam\johnSmith.
Default language depends on the Windows local setting of the Archive Manager server.
NOTE: When Integrated Windows authentication is turned on, the login page is skipped and the logged-in users credentials are used. This is set in C:\Program Files\ Common Files\ PAM \ Web \ ArchiveWeb \ Web.config where <authentication mode = windows>.
NOTE: If ArchiveWeb feature alone is installed on a separate server, see the section Addendum / ArchiveWeb installed on a remote server.
After logging in correctly, the ArchiveWeb application opens. The top-page main bar contains search box (fulltext searching in e-mail body, attachments, file content) and tabs archive, search, report representing the activated features of Archive Manager. Once you click one, the grey sub-bar under the main pane displays additional options.
Further, in the right upper corner you may see the logged on user. Click it to unfold the drop-down menu offering the following options:
·Manage settings option provides access to further settings based on user permissions:
·Log out option is to be used when logging off
After clicking Manage Settings, the following menu options appear on the displayed menu bar:
The Roles option is available if the user has necessary permissions. Under this option you can manage user/ArchiveWeb roles assignment based on roles (see the Roles section).
The Permissions option is available if the user has necessary permissions. Under this option you can manage user/ArchiveWeb roles assignment based on users (see the Permissions section).
The Profile option enables you to adjust ArchiveWeb layout to your liking (see the Profile Settings section).
The Shared Mailboxes option is available only when Archive Manager for Exchange is installed and configured for ArchiveWeb.
When shared mailboxes are set for a currently logged user in Archive Manager for Exchange -> Tools -> Mailbox Rights Manager the grid will be populated and a user can select which mailbox(es) he/she likes to be listed in Archives mailboxes tree and in searchable mailboxes.
Under the Tags option one can create tags for archive or auditing items (see the Tags section).
The File Management option is available if the user has necessary permissions. Under this option you can manage file servers and scheduled jobs (see the "File Management" section).
The Search text box in the upper part of the window was designed for fast and easy searching in archives - Archive Manager for Exchange archive as well as Archive Manager for Files archive. Enter the desired expression and click Enter.
NOTE: Email attachments, email bodies and file contents are searched through only if fulltext search is installed.