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Exporting all email from Exchange Server and Enterprise Vault completely

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Hi,

I'd like to do user email export from my Exchange Server 2007, most of the emails has been archived by the Symantec Enterprise Vault 8.0, so I wonder how can I completely perform the email export of the users out to the PST ?

because when I do the export from Enterprise Vault, it can only export the archived items only not the most recent one ?
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As I mentioned in your other question you might need to export the mails separately from mailbox and archive.. Other option is to restore all archived items back to user mailbox and export it from mailbox to single PST. In this case you need to plan for storage as restoring the archived mails back to mailbox will cause increase in mailbox size depends on the archived items and as a result database will grow. if you don't have enough space then it will end up in trouble.

If you are OK with restoring archived items back to user mailbox, the try with one user and see how it goes. If it goes well then you can perform a bulk restore if required. Refer the article for details..

How to restore all archived items back to mailboxes
Ref : http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH198323
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You have to first restore all data back to mailbox and then export it to a PST.
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Which means I will have to restore all te shortcuts from EV / in other words dumping it to the storage groups ?
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Yes.. If you need a single pst file for user...
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thanks !
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