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Screencast: How to Configure Premium Journaling in Exchange Server 2007 SP1

We have already demonstrated how to configure Standard Journaling in Exchange Server 2007. It is enabled per-Mailbox Database and affects all mailboxes residing on that database.

Exchange Server 2007 offers a more advanced form of Journaling – Premium Journaling. It is available both in Exchange Server Standard and Enterprise editions, and you need Enterprise CALs for the journaled mailboxes when using premium journaling. Premium Journaling (or the so called per-Recipient journalling) allows you a far more granular approach when selecting the scope of the journaling process. You can target an Internal scope, External scope, Global scope, and Specific Journal Recipients, as you will see in the demonstration bellow.

We will show you also how to lock down the journaling mailbox to avoid spoofing messages being sent to it, how to set its storage quota, and how to check/enable the Journaling Agent on the Hub Transport Server.

In the following Step-by-Step Screencast, we are using a default installation of an Exchange Server 2007 SP1, and we will configure Premium Journaling for all messages sent to/from the members of a distribution group. You can get the list of all Exchange Management Shell commands used in the demo from here.

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Step 1 We start by creating a new Premium Journaling Mailbox on a new Mailbox database. We demonstrate also how to lock down this mailbox to avoid spoofing messages, and how to set storage quota for it.

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Step 2 Next, we create and enable a Journal Rule for the members of a distribution group. We also check the status of the Journaling Agent on our Hub Transport Server and show you how to enable it, if it is not running. Finally, we test Exchange Journaling.

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