Four Steps to Get Started

Follow these simple steps to get started with Vaultastic

There are 4 steps to getting started with securing your data on the Vaultastic cloud platform.

Step 1. Provision your Vaultastic Account and your archive Domain

If you are new to Mithi, sign up for Vaultastic to automatically provision your account and domain in a few minutes.

For customers of either SkyConnect or Vaultastic, please raise a ticket to the Mithi Support team with the details of your domain to be provisioned on Vaultastic. Our team will respond with credentials once the domain has been created.


Step 2. Provision Users

Every user, whose mail needs to be archived and who needs access to their own archive, will need an individual user account on your Vaultastic domain.

Click here to learn how to create users on your Vaultastic domain.

If you decide to archive email for ALL your email users using journaling (as described in step 3), you can enable auto user creation to provision users automatically as the mails for your domain flow into Vaultastic.


Step 3. Start archiving live mail

Note: Link to the video is https://youtu.be/niU0FMM3Gj0

To forward a copy of every email sent/received by all or selected users, enable the journaling or mail forwarding capability on the primary mail solution.

Once the flow is established, the archived mail will be visible in the eDiscovery view.

As an admin, you can login to the end user's vault or account after resetting the user's account password. Alternatively, login to the postmaster account and navigate to the eDiscovery view. In the quick search box, enter the user id for whom you have enabled archiving. 


Step 4. Upload legacy email data

Upload legacy or historical email data for active and inactive users using the LegacyFlo application.
Data, which is accessible using the IMAP protocol or available in PST, EML and MBOX files can be uploaded to end-user vaults using the application.

This legacy data can be searched using the tools in the eDiscovery view of their vaults.

To view the uploaded mail, login to the user's Vault or use the eDiscovery view of the postmaster account