Migrate Journal Archives
Archives of Journal mailboxes can be particularly challenging to migrate to a new archive platform. Not only do they tend to be extremely large, they are often used to preserve valuable envelope metadata about individuals that were Bcc'd on a message and the members of a distribution list at any point in time. From a compliance perspective, this data must be preserved and available for access when performing e-discovery.
TransVault Migrator allows journal and large mailboxes to be split into a number of separately handled virtual mailboxes of a user-defined size. This allows multiple processing threads to be applied to the migration of a single mailbox, significantly speeding up the migration task.
When it comes to preserving envelope metadata, the important thing to note is that different archive platforms store this information in different ways. For example, some store this information separately in the archive index whereas others store it in the archive store itself. This creates a very special requirement at migration time that neither manual methodologies nor vendor extraction tools can support.
Using TransVault Migrator your chosen migration partner can ensure this data is properly captured and re-associated with the original email during a migration to a new platform.