A Legacy Email Archive might contain users who no longer exist in the current mail system and do not currently have a mailbox. The Legacy Email Archive might also contain users who do not exist in the Active Directory. To map users who still exist in the Legacy Email Archive but are no longer in the Active Directory, run the Archive2Identity standalone tool.
- First, configure and run the Identity Management Cache (IMC) job in order to create Platform User Objects—see User Mapping.
- Download the Archive2Identity tool—contact your Support Representative for assistance.
- Run the Archive2Identity tool on the Archive server. The Archive2Identity tool connects to LDAP and searches all locations to look for existing users to map to.
- (Optional) You can also connect to LDAP by entering the credentials provided below.
- Enter the following information in the corresponding fields:
The LDAP container DN.
The default is cn=archiving and o=netmail.
The LDAP user DN.
The default is cn=netmail, cn=system, and o=netmail.
The LDAP password.
The password used to log into the NetGovern Admin UI and NetGovern.
The LDAP Host.
The Archive Master node IP.
The LDAP Port.
Either 389 or 386.
The SSL, if applicable.
The EClients DN.
(Optional) This can be used instead of -u and -pw.
The report output path.
(Optional) This defaults to where the tool is ran from.
- When running the Archive2Identity tool, a new Platform User Object is created in the Platform Users cache (cn=Users) of the Active Directory—see LDAP Object Details. The new Platform User Object entry is created in the format of cn=legacy_username.
- Once the Archive2Identity tool has been run, mappings are created. If future jobs are run, user mappings will be created automatically.
- Log into the NetGovern Admin UI or NetGovern Search. UPN-based
custodianselection is available for the legacy users in eDiscovery cases.