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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices by Joel Stidley, Siegfried Jagott

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Designing and Implementing Message Journaling

Archiving refers to reducing the amount of data in a user's primary mailbox by moving it to different storage (another mailbox, in the case of Exchange Server 2010 archiving); journaling is the ability to record all e-mail communications in an organization for archival purposes to meet with compliance and regulatory requirements. We'll discuss archiving in detail in the "Designing and Implementing Archiving" section of this chapter.

Although a specific regulation may not specifically require journaling, journaling may achieve compliance under certain regulations. One example is corporate officers in a financial sector that may be held liable for the claims made to their customers by their employees. ...

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