From: Dallas, TX
Yes, I could do that.
In the ESM (Exchange System Manager), expand the recipients folder. Right-click on Recipient Polocies and select New-Recipient Policy.
A box will come up with 2 options, E-Mail addreses or Mailbox Manager settings.
Chose Mailbox manager settings.
On the General tab, give it a name.
On this same window is where you tell the policy what mailboxes you want to do this to.
For example, on the one I set up for the weekly mailbox cleanup agent, I clicked the Modify button, the find selection says exchange recipients, the only checked box was "Users with Exchange mailbox". On the advanced tab I selected User-Custom Attribute 1, "is-not" for the condition, and "noclean" for the value.
On the next tab you can tell it to delete contacts or whatever you want.
With the example I gave you, I needed to exclude some mailboxes from the cleaning process, so in order for it to work, for the users that do not want their mailboxes cleaned, I go into the User properties, and in the "Exchange Advanced" tab, give the extension attribute1 a value of noclean.
So when my mailbox manager runs, according to the way it is set up, if a user has custom attribute 1 set to noclean, it will be skipped, because it only does mailboxes where attribute 1 IS NOT noclean. I'm sure there's many different ways to create the filter, if you needed to do just 1 mailbox, you could use the e-mail address or display name, etc...
I hope this makes sense and I'm not just rambling...
When you're in the Filter rules window, you can click on Find Now to confirm that it is going to do the mailbox(es)you want.
In order to run the policy, you can set it on the properties page of the server on the Mailbox management tab. Alternately you can run it immediately by right-clicking on the server and selecting "Start Mailbox Management Process"
(although I havn't tested this to run it immediately)
Hope this is what you were wanting to do.
From what you said I think it will do exactly what you want.
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