Jan 18 2018 07:21 AM
Jan 18 2018 07:21 AM
Wondering if I can get a little guidance.
I setup my Office365 Exchange Online e-mail to archive as a test to see how it works, etc.
I'm now trying to stop that archive but when I use the O365 Exchange admin center it tells me that I have to do this from the on premise Exchange. We don't have Exchange on premise any more it's in the cloud. The only thing left on premise is our Active Directory.
How do I go about stopping the archive??
Jan 18 2018 07:53 AM
Not sure if this helps, I had to do this way back, think it was initiated on-prem and the change synced and the in-place archive was deprovisioned.
It's the scenario 2 listed here, that I am thinking of - Disable-RemoteMailbox. Think you'd have to have access to the Exchange Management Shell to try this. I think you are meant to keep an Exchange Server to remain supported and perform certain management tasks after hybrid.
Anyway, this may not fit your scenario.
Jan 18 2018 08:01 AM
Don't believe I can do this as I don't have an Exchange serve on premise. That defeats the purpose of moving to the cloud.
Jan 18 2018 08:11 AM
I know what you mean. This is the guidance I have in mind
Specifically, scenario two is the one I'm thinking of. Worth reviewing anyway in case it's relevant.
Jan 18 2018 01:44 PM
How did you enable the archive in the first place? And how did you provision the mailbox? If it was an On-Prem mailbox, you will probably have to play a bit with the attributes in AD, read here: https://www.michev.info/Blog/Post/1228/
Jan 18 2018 02:03 PM
The archive was created in the O365 Exchange admin center. The mailbox came from an on premise Active Directory and Exchange when we went to O365 years ago.
Will look at the link in the morning
Jan 19 2018 05:27 AM
The link you sent me worked great and I was able to stop the archive.
One issue though it immediately deleted the archive I had and didn't give me a chance to recover all the archived e-mail.
Jan 19 2018 09:05 AM
If the archive mailbox was deleted within the last 30 days, you can give this a try: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/archive-features-in-exchange-online-archiving.aspx
"When administrators delete users from the on-premises Exchange Server, the users’ archives are also deleted. If the deleted archive mailboxes need to be recovered, the Office 365 support team can perform this recovery. A recovered archive will contain all of the mail stored in it at the time it was deleted."
Jan 19 2018 01:41 PM
Will have to call support on Monday to see if I can get the archive back without it archiving more mail
Jan 19 2018 01:42 PM
If I restore the attribute won't the archive be restored and I'm right back where I started???
Either way I'm loosing about 10 years of e-mail I can't restore