Using Exchange In-place eDiscovery & Hold for recovering deleted mail items | 6#7 4.75/5 (4)

In the current article, we will review how to use the Exchange In-place eDiscovery & Hold feature as a tool for searching and recovering deleted mail items. We will review the following subjects: How to create an Exchange In-place eDiscovery & Hold query. How to send a copy of the search results to the Discovery…

Exchange In-Place eDiscovery & Hold | Introduction | 5#7 5/5 (2)

The Exchange In-Place Hold & eDiscovery is a very powerful tool that can help us to accomplish three main tasks. Search for information (mail items) in single or multiple mailboxes. Put specific information on “hold” (enable to save the information for an unlimited time period). Recover deleted mail items. In this article, we will review…

Recover deleted mail items in the Exchange Online environment | Deleted mail flow | 3#7 5/5 (2)

In the current article, we will review the following subjects: The flow of a “deleted mail item” in an Exchange base environment for a standard mailbox and for Litigation Hold or In-Place Hold enabled mailbox. The subject of Deleted Item retention policy, the Exchange server policy that removes deleted mail items after a specific time…

Recover deleted mail items in the Exchange Online environment | Single item recovery | 2#7 5/5 (1)

In the current article, we will review the subject of Exchange single item recovery mechanism and his physical implementation – the Recoverable Items folder. The purpose of these “Exchange components” is to provide an easy and efficient way to solve the requirement of – recovering mail in Exchange base environment. The concept of single item…

Recover deleted mail items in the Exchange Online environment | introduction | 1#7 5/5 (4)

The current article is a basic introduction to the subject of – recovering mail items in the Exchange Online based environment. We will review a couple of common misconceptions that relate to the scenario in which users report that his E-mail deleted. The need to verify if the scenario is indeed a case of “deleted…