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Gaggle.Net archiving permissions in Office 365 Exchange Online

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Hey guys,

We are in the process of Migrating our internal exchange mailboxes up to Exchange online as part of our Office 365 initiative.

We will be using gaggle.net to handle e-mail archiving from exchange online.  I have set up an account for gaggle and they said it needs to have the "exchange online administrator" role.

There is no such role other than the global admin for office 365, which we are not giving them.

Has anyone set up archving through a third party such as gaggle and know which admin roles their account needs in exchange online?  There are over 30 and I don't want to blindly give them all to them.

Thanks.
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Question by:Joel Parmer
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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Giving someone Global Admin automatically makes them member of the Organizational Management Role Group in Exchange. If they only need Archiving though, I guess the newly introduced ArchiveApplication role should be enough:

ArchiveApplication


This role allows partner applications to archive items.

Best to verify it with them of course.
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@jmparmer, first of all, thanks for trusting Gaggle for your archiving needs. Our System Support Engineers are available to help you out. Reach out to them at anytime by calling (800) 288-7750 or sending an email to support@gaggle.net.
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