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How to Retrofit Message Stubs for Direct Access

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This article refers to the Barracuda ArchiveOne Enterprise version 5.6.2 and higher.

With the release of ArchiveOne Enterprise 5.6.2, the Quick Link Client introduced the ability to bypass the background search and locate function it used in previous versions to locate messages in repositories. The net result of this added functionality was a significant increase in end-user retrieval performance when using the Quick Link Client. Messages archived with versions 5.6.2 and later have the required metadata added for this functionality, however any messages that were archived with versions prior to 5.6.2 must be retrofitted with the required headers.

Depending on the volume of archived email, capacity of the ArchiveOne server and the Exchange server, this policy may take an extended period to complete; possibly a week or more. During this time, no other archive policies will run.

  1. Open the ArchiveOne Admin console, and click the Policies Node.
  2. Right-click the policy [LinkReconfiguration], and click Edit.
  3. In the Where to Search section, select the mailboxes you want to run the policy against, and click OK.
  4. Click Done.
  5. Right-click the policy once again, and click Run; alternatively, you can schedule the policy to run at a specific time.
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