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Nov 292012
 

Now I no longer work for Symantec, I’m allowed to be even badder than when I was working for them 😉  Badder in the sense of running things that aren’t ‘quite’ supported.. yet.  To that end I just spent a little while this morning installing the following combination:

 

Windows 7 x86

Office 2013 RTM

Enterprise Vault Outlook Add-in from 10.0.2

 

Here is what I had before hand:

And yes, that’s right, it’s on a Virtual Machine.

I then did the installation of Office 2013, followed by activation, and then the Enterprise Vault Outlook Add-in.  Here is what I had afterwards:

Then the big question..  DID IT WORK?
Well yes..  I can see an entry in the ribbon, and I can open archived items:

I’m not saying that you should do this right now, in your production environment – but at least if you’re tinkering yourself, you know that there is an element of chance of success!

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  3 Responses to “Office 2013 and Enterprise Vault”

  1. The following combination functions… mostly.

    VERSION INFORMATION
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise Edition Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit
    Outlook Microsoft Outlook 15, 32-bit (15.0.0.4420)
    Internet Explorer 8.0.7601.17514
    Enterprise Vault Add-in 10.0.2.1112 (Light functionality enabled)
    VBScript component (Outlvbs.dll) Available

    The down fall is when you try to access the archive through the data file shortcut located in the left-hand pane of the Mail – Home tab.
    It pops with:

    I haven’t had time to play with the functionality of my rules that push older emails from my in box into the vault yet. I wanted to see if I could find a work around for the error first. Any idea?

    • Well I suspect it’s part of that ‘not supported’ part of the deal 😉 … Until Symantec certify it (apparently in the 10.0.3 time frame near the beginning of 2013) then there isn’t that can be done really.

  2. The following combination functions… mostly.

    VERSION INFORMATION
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise Edition Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit
    Outlook Microsoft Outlook 15, 32-bit (15.0.0.4420)
    Internet Explorer 8.0.7601.17514
    Enterprise Vault Add-in 10.0.2.1112 (Light functionality enabled)
    VBScript component (Outlvbs.dll) Available

    The down fall is when you try to access the archive through the data file shortcut located in the left-hand pane of the Mail – Home tab.
    It pops with:

    The set of folders cannot be opened. An unexpected error has occurred.
    MAPI was unable to load the information service EVMSP.DLL. Be sure the service is correctly installed and configured.

    I haven’t had time to play with the functionality of my rules that push older emails from my in box into the vault yet. I wanted to see if I could find a work around for the error first. Any idea?

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