This article refers to the Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and 2010.
Note that Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service follows the lifecycle policy of each supported vendor and does not guarantee support for versions that are end of life or end of support as indicated by the product vendor.
Note: If you have not completed the initial setup and user configuration, see the Getting Started section to activate the service and add users:
- Step 1 - Activate Subscription
- Step 2 - Configure Directory Services
- Step 3 - Launch the Initial Setup Wizard
Once the Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service is configured to receive SMTP traffic, you must complete the following from the Exchange Management Console (EMC) of each Exchange Server that will be journaling directly into the Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service:
- From Recipient Configuration – Create a Mail Contact that is to act as the recipient of all journaled messages.
- From Organization Configuration > Hub Transport – Create the following items:
- a (non-routable) Remote Domain, to act as the recipient domain for journaled traffic
- a Send Connector, for routing journaled messages
- a Journaling Rule to actually enable journaling on your Exchange Server
Step 1. Create Remote Domain
The Remote Domain must match the Mail Contact that is the recipient of journaled messages as it is used by the Exchange Server for routing all SMTP Journal traffic. Use the following steps to create a remote domain:
- Open the EMC, expand Organization Configuration, select Hub Transport, and click the Remote Domains tab in the center pane.
- In the Actions panel in the right pane, click New Remote Domain. The New Remote Domain dialog displays.
In the Name field, type BCAS, and in the Domain name field, type your region-specific MAS hostname, for example: mas.barracudanetworks.com
- Click New to verify the domain settings, and click Finish to save your settings. The newly created domain displays in the Remote Domains list.
- Double-click on the newly created domain to open the Properties dialog for the newly created domain, and:
- In Exchange 2007, select Format of original message sent as attachment to the journal report.
- In Exchange 2010, select the Message Format tab in the Properties dialog box.
- Select the following options to ensure journal messages sent to this domain are MIME Plain Text format (rather than the unsupported Exchange Rich Text format):
- In the Message Format Options section, turn on Allow automatic forward.
In the Exchange rich-text format section, select Never Use:
- Click Apply to save your settings, and click OK to close the Properties dialog.
Step 2. Create Mail Contact
The Mail Contact is the account that is to act as a "holding location" for journaled messages. The email address associated with this account is the designated recipient. Use the following steps to create a Mail Contact:
- In the EMC, expand Recipient Configuration, select Mail Contact, and in the Actions panel, click New Mail Contact:
- In the dialog, select New Contact, and click Next.
- Enter a First name and Last name; the Name field automatically populates based on the entered values. Enter an Alias:
Click Edit to the right of the External e-mail address field, and in the SMTP Address dialog, enter the journaling address from the Mail Sources > SMTP Journaling page in the Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service web interface:
- Click OK to close the dialog box. In the Wizard, click Next to verify the information:
- Click New to create the Mail Contact. The newly-created contact appears in the Mail Contact list. Click Finish to close the Wizard.
Step 3. Create Send Connector
- In the EMC, expand Organization Configuration, select Hub Transport, and select the Send Connector tab. In the Actions panel, and click New Send Connector. The New Send Connector dialog displays. Enter a Name to identify this send connector.
- From the Select the intended use for this Send connector menu, select Custom, and click Next.
- In the Address Space section, click Add; the SMTP Address Space dialog box displays.
In the Address space field, type your region-specific MAS hostname, for example: mas.barracudanetworks.com
- Click OK. The SMTP connector is added:
Click Next. (Recommended) Select the default setting Use domain name system (DNS) "MX" records to route mail automatically:
- Click Next. In the Source Server page, if your Exchange server is not already listed, click Add to search for and add the server to this list. Click Next to verify your configuration, and click New to create the Send Connector. Click Finish to return to the Send Connectors tab; the newly-created Send Connector displays in the list.
- Right-click on the new Send Connector, and click Properties.
- In the Properties dialog box, clear Maximum message size (KB):
- Click Apply, and then click OK to save your changes and close the dialog box.
Step 4. Create Journaling Rule
Both the Standard and Enterprise versions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and 2010 support Standard and Premium Journaling. Open the EMC, and complete the following steps to add a journaling rule:
- In the EMC, expand Organization Configuration, select Hub Transport, and select the Journal Rules tab.
- In the Actions panel, click New Journal Rule; the New Journal Rule dialog displays.
- Enter a Rule name, and for the Send Journal reports to e-mail address, click Browse and navigate to and select the mail contact you created in Step 2:
- Select the Scope for archiving; the recommended setting is Global - all messages for the most complete coverage.
- Turn on Enable Rule, click New to create the Journaling rule, and click Finish to return to the Journal Rules tab where the newly-created rule displays in the list.
Continue with Step 5 - Create Service Account.