Welcome to DisclaimIt 5.5. Please refer to these release notes to obtain the most up-to-date information about installation, documentation, support, and other known issues.
IMPORTANT Licenses for DisclaimIt 4.x are not valid for DisclaimIt 5.5 but can be upgraded to DisclaimIt 5.x licenses. For more information, please see http://www.netal.com/disclaimit.htm.
DisclaimIt 5.5 contains the following new feature:
Note When you install DisclaimIt, the service Microsoft Exchange Transport needs to be restarted.
Note When you uninstall DisclaimIt, existing MS Exchange transport rule linked to processing rules are not removed. This means that after you install the last instance of DisclaimIt, remove afterwards all MS Exchange transport rules whose names begin with DisclaimIt Rule:.
Note When you uninstall DisclaimIt, the service Microsoft Exchange Transport will be restarted as part of the uninstallation process.
Upgrading from DisclaimIt 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 or 5.4 is supported. All configuration settings will be preserved.
An in-place upgrade from a DisclaimIt 4.x version to DisclaimIt 5.5 is not supported because DisclaimIt 5.5 can only be installed on MS Exchange 2013/2016/2019 Mailbox/Edge Transport servers, while DisclaimIt 4.x versions could only be installed on MS Exchange 2007/2010 Hub Transport servers.
It is possible to perform a one-time migration of your 4.x configuration by copying the content of the directory <InstallDir>\Data\Configuration from a server with DisclaimIt 4.x installed to the same directory on the server where DisclaimIt 5.x is installed.
DisclaimIt 5.5 can only be used in an MS Exchange 2013/2016/2019 environment. The DisclaimIt Services for message processing can only be installed on MS Exchange 2013/2016/2019 servers with the Mailbox Server role installed. Please note the following deployment options:
IMPORTANT If you install and use the DisclaimIt Services on more than one MS Exchange 2013/2016/2019 server, please note the following:
To manage DisclaimIt you use DisclaimIt Manager, which is implemented as an MMC 3.0 Snap-In.
To use DisclaimIt Manager locally on a Windows Server 2019 Server Core installation requires installation of the optional feature package Windows Server 2019 Server Core App Compatibility Feature on Demand (FOD). When FOD is installed, MMC 3.0 Snap-Ins, like DisclaimIt Manager, can be used. To start DisclaimIt Manager you run in the CMD prompt the MSC file DisclaimIt.msc, located in the directory <InstallDir>\Bin, for example:
The documentation for the product is available by accessing the Product Documentation item in the program group where the product is installed.
The DisclaimIt product ships with an evaluation license, which will expire 60 days after installation. According to the End-User License Agreement ("EULA"), on expiration of the evaluation license, you must either purchase one or more user licenses or alternatively completely uninstall the DisclaimIt software. To order user licenses or to find detailed ordering information, please go to http://www.netal.com/disclaimit.htm.
A web-based support forum is available to help you interact with us and other users of this product.
If you have a technical question about DisclaimIt, use this online documentation or consult Help by clicking the Help button during a procedure. If you still have a question, post it to the web-based support forum or send your technical questions to email@example.com.
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