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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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Archive mailboxes

An archive mailbox, or personal archive, is a logical extension of a user’s primary mailbox that provides an online archive facility. The name might cause some confusion with the personal archives users create with Microsoft Outlook. The big difference is that the Exchange archive is tightly integrated in the Information Store, and the data held in the archive are therefore accessible using all the features available to mailboxes, including eDiscovery searches. By comparison, PST archives are usually confined to an individual PC, and the data that they contain are inaccessible to server-based processing. (It is possible, but not recommended and not supported, to place PSTs on network file shares; see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297019/en-us ...

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