The top section of the windows shows all available message addressing properties including From, To, CC, BCC and DL expansion values if available.The Journal Body section is expandable (by clicking on the arrow to the left of the “Journal Body” header) and shows the actual text of the Exchange Journal Message body.If the message has attachments, the attachments section will be active and expandable. Each attachment is listed as a hyperlink that will open the attachment in the appropriate application when clicked.
The HTML tab shows the HTML message body.
The Plain Text tab shows the Plain Text message body.
The RAW tab shows the actual text of the EML file itself including all headers, body parts and encoded MIME attachments.
Journal Export – Export to .PDF
Export to PDF will export the selected message bodies to a PDF file.
Export to EML will export the selected message parts to an EML (RFC822) file.
This is the parent folder for all exported messages and attachments.This folder must already exist in the file system.The OK button will not be enabled unless a valid folder is listed here.
Include Journal Body
Includes the journal body text in the exported PDF.
Include Internet Headers from Original Message
Includes the full list of message headers for the original message in the exported PDF.
Include “Confidential” Watermark
Prints the word “Confidential” screened diagonally across each page in the exported PDF.
If there are multiple body formats and one of them is HTML, the HTML format will be used.
If HTML is not available, Plain Text will be exported if it is available.
Prefer Plain Text
If there are multiple body formats and one of them is Plain Text, the Plain Text format will be used.
If Plain Text is not available, HTML will be exported if it is available.
Include HTML & Plain Text
Both HTML and Plain Text body parts are exported if they are available.
Allows custom text to be included at the top of each page in the exported PDF.
Check the box to enable a custom header and enter the desired text in the textbox.
Journal Export – Export to EML
Journal Envelope with Original Message Attached
Exports the message as an attachment to its journal envelope.The journal envelope is, itself, an RFC822 formatted message.When this option is used, the exported file can be opened in a mail reader and will show the journal body text as the message body and the original message will be attached as an EML file.
Original Message Only
Exports only the original message in RFC822 format (EML).The journal envelope information is not available in the exported file
Along with the exported files (either PDF, or EML), the message attachments will be extracted and saved separately.
Create Export Folder Hierarchy by Date
When selected, messages will be exported into subfolders, one for each day for which a message exists. If not selected, all messages are exported directly into the selected Export Folder.
This section determines how the exported files are named.Using the placeholders, enter the desired format into the File Name Template box. Each of the listed placeholders are expanded into the appropriate value specific to the exported message.
%D is expanded into the send date of the message in the format YYYY-MM-DD.
%T is expanded into the send time of the message in the format HH.MM.SSAM or HH.MM.SSPM.
%F is expanded into the from name of the sender of the message.
%S is expanded into the subject of the message.
%Y is expanded into the type of file, either EMAIL or ATT for an attachment.
All invalid file name characters are automatically stripped out of the name. All other characters in the File Name Template box are taken as literal. An example of what the file name might look like is displayed in the Sample File Name box so the format can be verified.