Would someone please help me understand better the options in exchange regarding archiving methods that leave a stub file in the database? I'm looking over a new possible client who used a archive solution that leaves a 'stub file' on the server and moves the email with attachments to the archive server. How does this leave the exchange database if there was a recovery needed? Seems there would be nothing but the stub files left? What if the archive location becomes corrupt? How about reattaching the archive back to the original email database?
Reading up on the software however prior to possibly taking on a new client prefer to fully understand the integrity of their database and restore options.
Here in this article, you will get a step by step guidance on how to restore an Exchange database to a recovery database. Get a brief on Recovery Database and how it can be used to restore Exchange database in this section!
This video shows how to quickly and easily add an email signature for all users on Exchange 2016. The resulting signature is applied on a server level by Exchange Online.
The email signature template has been downloaded from:
Exchange organizations may use the Journaling Agent of the Transport Service to archive messages going through Exchange. However, if the Transport Service is integrated with some email content management application (such as an antispam), the admini…