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Other considerations include: When using CommonStore for Lotus Domino, e-mail can be archived, retrieved, updated, and re-archived. Records can also be declared multiple times. Do you want to offer these options and how will you offer the options? Note that re-archiving is not available in CommonStore for Exchange Server. Does all e-mail have to be retained and declared as records? If so, do you need to worry about records management side only, or also mail database size and system performance? If you only have to implement records control, you may want to keep e-mail as is after archiving (that is, without removing any parts of the e-mail from the original database). Otherwise, decide what and how to remove certain parts of the archived e-mail, and how retrieval will be provided. What about e-mail journalling? Should you use it to ensure that all e-mail is captured? What is the limitation? Find out before using it. Be aware that some systems cannot archive an e-mail twice; for example, this is the current limitation of the CommonStore for Exchange Server. Because of this limitation, at the time of the writing, we do not recommend using the journalling feature when using CommonStore for Exchange Server. Do you need single instance store (SIS)? What is the current limitation when using single instance store in your environment? What is the impact or limitation when using it in conjunction with Records Manager?