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EXL333. The New Exchange - Archiving and Compliance. Steve Chew Senior Technical Product Manager Microsoft Corporation. Archiving innovation. User/Admin Experience. Immutability. Data Governance. eDiscovery. Full featured archiving. Preserve. eDiscovery. In-Place Archive.

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The new exchange archiving and compliance


The New Exchange -Archiving and Compliance

Steve Chew

Senior Technical Product Manager

Microsoft Corporation

Archiving innovation
Archiving innovation

User/Admin Experience


Data Governance


Full featured archiving
Full featured archiving



In-Place Archive



  • Web-based eDiscovery Center and multi-mailbox search

  • Search primary, In-Place Archive, and recoverable items

  • Delegate through roles-based admin

  • De-duplication after discovery

  • Auditing to ensure controls are met


Secondary mailbox with separate quota

Managed through EAC or PowerShell

Available on-premises, online, or through EOA

  • Automated and time-based criteria

  • Set policies at item or folder level

  • Expiry date shown in email message

  • Capture deleted and edited email messages

  • Time-Based In-Place Hold

  • Granular Query-Based In-Place Hold

  • Optional notification

Benefits of large mailbox with archiving
Benefits of large mailbox with archiving

Access to all email from all clients

Less time spent managing mailbox quota

Eliminate lost or corrupted .PST files

Simplify email discovery and retention management


Outlook Web App

Seamless experience

An integrated In-Place Archive enables users to save time by managing their archive as they do their mailbox

  • Retain folder hierarchy

Search faster

Quickly find new or historical email wherever you are with new, faster search technology

  • Search everywhere at once

Transparent user experience

  • Retention policy and expiry details

Putinformation workers in charge of their email by keeping them informed of when items are to be moved or archived

  • Assign to an individual item, folder, or all email

Granular retention

Automate the deletion and archiving of email and other Exchange data to meet data retention requirements

  • Single menu for policies

Data governance

Manage storage and risk proactively with mailbox management and expiration policies

  • Delete Policy

  • Archive Policy (mailbox management)

Quickly enable in-place archiving for users – either on-premises, in the cloud, or as a hybrid.

Rapid provisioning

  • Enable or modify quickly

Lync archiving

Server side archiving built-in reports

All Lync modalities captured (PC, mobile, web, OWA)

Lync archiving

User A on Hold

User A Mailbox



Deleted Items

Recoverable Items

Hold state synced





Support matrix

In place hold

In-Place Hold built-in reports

In place hold1
In-Place Hold built-in reports

New Exchange

Office 365

Query-based Hold

Time-based Hold

Mailbox Hold

Hold across Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync

Includes site mailbox

Exchange 2010 RTM

Preserve all content

Preserve for time relative to received date

Exchange Only

Preserve all content

Preserve indefinitely

Exchange only

Where do I manage In-Place Hold? built-in reports

eDiscovery Center

Hold across Exchange, Lync, and SharePoint

Exchange Administration Center

Hold on Mailboxes: Exchange and Lync

Help meet regulatory requirements built-in reports

For each case, allow items to be placed on time-based In-Place Hold to help meet compliance requirements

Ediscovery center discovery sets

demo built-in reports

eDiscovery Center:Discovery Sets

Steve Chew

Senior Technical Product Manager


In place ediscovery

In-Place eDiscovery built-in reports

In place ediscovery overview
In-Place eDiscovery Overview built-in reports



Organization eDiscovery built-in reports

Search for and preserve only relevant items from one place. Give compliance officers eDiscovery while leaving end-users alone.

Retrieve content in Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, and file shares in-place. Laser-focused, refined query capabilities canget the exact content you are looking for.

Deep analytics and statistics

  • KQL based searches – including proximity search

  • Instant statistics

Ediscovery center query and export

demo shares in-place. Laser-focused, refined query capabilities can

eDiscovery Center:Query and export

Steve Chew

Senior Technical Product Manager


In place ediscovery ediscovery center in sharepoint

Unified experience Hold/eDiscovery across Exchange, SharePoint and Lync

Case management

In-Place Hold

In-Place search previews


De-duplication, KQL (with proximity), and refiners

Create Case




In-Place eDiscoveryeDiscovery Center in SharePoint

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