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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Planning for Archiving

When planning a non-voice deployment of Lync Server 2010, determine whether archiving is required in the environment. Archiving, from the perspective of Lync Server 2010, is the behavior of capturing IM conversations and conference attachments and storing them in a dedicated database for long-term storage. This gives administrators the ability to review IM conversations and to see attachments that were part of conferences. Specifically, the following types of contact are archived by the Archive server:

• Peer-to-peer instant messages

• Multiparty IMs

• Uploaded conference content

• Conference events, such as joining, leaving, uploading, and so on

The following types of content are not archived by the Archive server:

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