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Old 06-Jul-2018, 10:14   #1
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Recovery of emails from Exchange backups

Shadow protect GRE has been my tool of choice for a while but their licensing is fooking insane so I'm wondering what else is out there that people are using to recover emails / folders from a mailbox or public folders. These would be from historic backups of the EDB files.
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We use Veeam, ain't cheap though. We also have SnapManager for Exchange that we can use to mount the Netapp snapshots and extract messages or whole mailboxes.

Both pretty good, Veeam is the fave though.
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Commvault is way better than Veeam.
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Jesus wept just cloud it.
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Jesus wept just cloud it.
you know what my answer to that is
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It's too expensive to run in the cloud so you're going to spend half your time/salary cunting around with it and buying recovery licencing instead.
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It's too expensive to run in the cloud so you're going to spend half your time/salary cunting around with it and buying recovery licencing instead.
Too fucking right - need justify my position

joking aside we already own the exchange licenses for our servers so why add to running costs when we've already made the capital outlay... I'm thinking that we might need to rethink our recovery strategy though.

Only because I'm mildly interested though - if we did "cloud" everything and moved to Office 365 and say 3 years have passed, a member of staff left a year ago and now we need to recover their mailbox to dig out emails they sent in relation to something when they worked for us... how would we achieve this?
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You can still pretend to do that whilst MS are doing all the actual work!
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Aye - but i'm still curious as to how mailbox recovery is performed for staff that left ages ago...?
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You shouldn't be retaining them either way unless they're he subject of ongoing legal issue but that aside, you never delete a mailbox in 365. You archive or make it an unlicenced shared mailbox. Or as above let a compliance policy do the same.
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You shouldn't be retaining them either way unless they're he subject of ongoing legal issue but that aside, you never delete a mailbox in 365. You archive or make it an unlicenced shared mailbox. Or as above let a compliance policy do the same.
We have to retain corporate data due to the nature of our work. It's not unusual for "issues" to crop up many years after someone has left the company. So far, we've not been found at fault but people (and by that I mean Joe Public) will always chance their arm and claim they've been hard done by and try and take us directly (or indirectly) to court. So simply removing a mailbox when someone goes or "archiving" it isn't an option.
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Might want to run that past your data protection officer.
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Might want to run that past your data protection officer.
We have and the ICO and our governing bodies. As you know under GDPR a company is still able to retain business related data if there is a legitimate reason to do so.
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You haven't yet described a legitimate reason so god knows how that flew.
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You haven't yet described a legitimate reason so god knows how that flew.
dont want to get into a bout of email tennis with you but as an example.

A guy tried to sue us claiming he'd taken our advice on a project 10 years ago and that we hadn't told him various bits that had he known he'd have walked away from it all. The member of staff he dealt with left us 4 years ago and so as we knew he was talking utter crap we were able to pull up that staff members mailbox from the time in question and recover the emails and responses from the guy complaining he had been kept in the dark.

He backed off.

We are required by Law to keep certain elements of data and anyone here who works in commercial property, a law firm or similar type of establishment will know where I'm coming from.
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You're right. It's definitely best that you don't get into a bout of email tennis with me about this or any other aspect of compliance.
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We use Mimecast for email archiving, I can get any email, internal or external, going back to 2011 when we started using it. I can also export pre-2011 mail to PST and they will ingest that into the archive, we decided not to do that.

We are going to be restricting users access to the data to comply with GDPR/DPA2018, users will be restricted to accessing the last few years themselves and then will have to make a request via I.T/DPO to retrieve anything earlier.

Our DPO (Senior Partner in the firm and Data Protection specialist advising many large firms) has decided this keeps us compliant with GDPR and our other responsibilities covering Legal and Financial services.

I don't think we'll be keeping more than 30 days of backups in Office 365, that's their default.
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Yeah mimecast tools are great. It is all about that isolation and access audit trail at the end of the day. I've gone through the same with recorded calls by way of a third party archive platform. Either way, the days of just never deleting anything and leaving it all inline are well over.
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We use Mimecast for email archiving, I can get any email, internal or external, going back to 2011 when we started using it. I can also export pre-2011 mail to PST and they will ingest that into the archive, we decided not to do that.

We are going to be restricting users access to the data to comply with GDPR/DPA2018, users will be restricted to accessing the last few years themselves and then will have to make a request via I.T/DPO to retrieve anything earlier.

Our DPO (Senior Partner in the firm and Data Protection specialist advising many large firms) has decided this keeps us compliant with GDPR and our other responsibilities covering Legal and Financial services.

I don't think we'll be keeping more than 30 days of backups in Office 365, that's their default.
And you route all internal communication through it as well?
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All internal/O365 emails are journaled to Mimecast so we have a complete archive/backup of all email traffic.

We can use Mimecast as a business continuity piece as well, they have a portal you can use as webmail to send and receive emails if your own system or O365 is offline.
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Their range of features is pretty good.

We use them for:
Anti Virus/Anti-Spam
URL Protection (they replace URL's in emails with a redirect through their own web checker which blocks known dodgy sites)
Attachment Protection (they make safe copies of Office Docs/PDFs to strip out content that can be used to compromise workstations, users can request the originals if need be)
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Large File Sending - we can send attachments up to 2gb via Mimecast, they strip it from the email at the client (outlook Plugin) and upload it to their servers and send a link to the recipient to download it.
Secure messaging - Recipient has to register and login to a portal to retrieve their message.

The outlook plugin is pretty good and give the users access to search their own archive which means you don't have to keep as much data on-prem.
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Aye - already use it for anti-spam/viruses.

But as for routing all internal email through it - hmm...
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It's really not hard.

https://community.mimecast.com/docs/...for-office-365
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That's only to configure the incoming external connector for mimecast routing. This is the correct one;

https://support.office.com/en-us/art...d-47e478e4894e
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We don't route all internal mail through it, we just journal (send a copy) into it for archiving. We used to use an on-premises solution but throwing it all at mimecast is so much easier and a lot quicker to search, it also means users can access their archived items without it taking up tons of space on your own storage.
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