I just spotted that Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 3 was released by the Exchange team at Microsoft. It’s a huge 1.5 GB in size. It’s great to see updates coming out so quickly, it means that problems are being addressed in nice, quick order.
In a previous article we discussed how to close off Index Locations in Enterprise Vault 10 in order to stop data being written to them. This will prevent the growth in disk space usage of where those volumes are. The next step might be that you really still have to free up some space, so you want to move some index volumes associated with particular archives. In this blog, I’ll explain how.
I have seen a few posts on the Connect Forums which talk about a variety of steps to get your current Enterprise Vault environment to EV 10 (or 10.0.1, 10.0.2, etc). Each expert has their own opinion of the steps which should be taken, and I’m not alone in that particular game either. I know that there are many options, perhaps too many?
A few days ago I was doing some testing with various builds of the Enterprise Vault Outlook Add-in, and it struck me that sometimes the build numbering is just a bit confusing.