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How to run pre-defined archiving task from PowerShell?

amanolov2
Level 2

Hello,

We have a special single mailbox which needs to be archived every day (also outside of the regular archiving window).
What we do now is to manually start archiving for this mailbox each morning
(Archiving Task -> Run Now -> Selected Mailbox -> archive all items ....)

We would like to automate this and execute it from Powershell with a scheduled task, however we are not able to find any informtion how to do this? Only Get powershell commands seem to be available in the EV powershell.

Thank you.

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ChrisLangevin
Level 6
Employee

Initiating a Run Now on an archiving task is currently only available via the Vault Admin Console. A PowerShell cmdlet to perform this action is not part of the EV product at this time.

--Chris

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ChrisLangevin
Level 6
Employee

Initiating a Run Now on an archiving task is currently only available via the Vault Admin Console. A PowerShell cmdlet to perform this action is not part of the EV product at this time.

--Chris

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Hi Chris,

Thanks for the confirmation. Do you know where I can provide feedback to Veritas as suggestion to include this into a future release of EV?

I'm not sure what happened to our enhancement request page, but you can always contact your sales rep or account manager. That said, this enhancement is already in our system (you're not the first to request it). Everyone agrees this would be nice to have; it's just a matter of finding the time and resources to work on it vs. other priorities for the product.

--Chris