Release Announcement: Archive Shuttle 10.1
I have the pleasure of announcing the general availability of Archive Shuttle 10.1, the latest development of our market-leading email archive migration software.
Archive Shuttle quickly and securely migrates data to Office 365, or other archiving systems, with precision and ease. The latest iteration introduces:
- Enhanced product efficiency
- Improved usability
- The ability to write native archive output files to the desired storage location
- Support for Exchange 2019 as a target
- And more
Keep reading to learn about these enhancements.
Enhanced product efficiency
The development team worked to improve the efficiency of the product. Their work was focused on these areas:
- Mapping deletion logic was moved to the core service.
- The item collection process was enhanced. Multiple collections can no longer run against the same archive simultaneously.
- Virtual Journal Stage 2 command processing was enhanced to only run against a single mapping.
An effort was focused on making Archive Shuttle easier to use. Here’s how:
- It’s now easier to see scheduled tasks and force a scheduled task to run.
- Management of problematic ingestion accounts was enhanced.
- The Health Check WebAPI was enhanced, so now a parent node shows information about application health (such as UI, database, web service, license health).
- PowerShell administration and management was enhanced.
Introduced a new module
A new module was introduced that writes native archive output files to the desired storage location. This new module optionally converts MSG files to EML and writes them to a storage provider of choice at scale and speed. This enables ingestion to Azure, Amazon S3, and UNC.
A few more notable enhancements
Beyond the enhancements mentioned above, Development also worked to:
- Add the ability to test OAuth/Azure/Amazon credentials to the Credential Editor.
- Validate support for Exchange 2019 as a target. A full list of supported sources and targets is here.
For a full report of what’s new in Archive Shuttle 10.1, check out the release notes.