Steps to export/import enterprise vault archive mailbox as PST

In this article we will have a look at the steps to export/import the enterprise vault archive as a PST.

Log in to the Enterprise Vault server and open Enterprise vault admin console

Select the node and select the archives

EV1

 

Now right click on the archives icon and you have an option to export and import as a PST/NSF files.

Now we will see the steps to export as PST.

EV2

 

Now we have 3 options as shown below for the export of PST file

EV3

 

Now choose the archive mailbox for the export

Ev4

 

Select the source archive file

ev5

 

We have an option to export items in a specific date range which i find to be very useful

ev6

 

Choose the folder path and we have an option to split the PST files

ev7

 

Confirm the PST export settings

 

ev9

 

Once we click on next we have the status of the export and

 

there is a report file of the export as well

ev10

 

 

These steps  can be useful to export/import the PST to enterprise vault archive for the end users.

Hope this helps.

Thanks

Sathish Veerapandian

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5 thoughts on “Steps to export/import enterprise vault archive mailbox as PST

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  2. asus77x September 11, 2015 at 6:48 am Reply

    how to import from pst to ev?

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  3. Raja Chinnadurai August 18, 2016 at 12:32 pm Reply

    is there any script is available to import single mail to multiple EV accounts?

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    • sathishveerapandian August 22, 2016 at 8:44 am Reply

      I don’t think so its possible do perform that. If you find any options like that feel free to post your answers

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