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MRM - Different retention levels - 16.Nov.2009 11:22:14 AM   
tfd6412

 

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Hi all,

Been away from Exchange for some time and I've found out the hard way that technology knowledge is perishable (use it or lose it).  As such, I'm having a hard time wrapping my mind around MRM. 

We have 4 retention levels we're looking to implement.  They are:
  1. Exempt - these people are allowed unlimited retention (yes, I know...I've fought it tooth and nail, but lost that battle).
  2. 2 Years - allowed two years of mail
  3. 6 Months - allowed 6 months or 180 days of mail
  4. 30 Days - allowed 30 days of mail.
PSTs will not be allowed, and an archiving solution has been shot down.  This leaves us with MRM.  Any policies would be applied to all mailbox items.  Or at the very least, inbox and sent items.  Your thoughts and suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks,
Bob

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RE: MRM - Different retention levels - 18.Nov.2009 4:21:45 PM   
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Hey guys,

The solution is painfully simple.  And to be honest, I'm disappointed in myself that I didn't see it.  It's just so obvious.

What we did to accomplish this is:

  1. Create a new Managed Default Folder for each level of email retention we wanted. 
  2. Set Managed Content Settings for each folder (you can use All Mailbox Content for each one). 
  3. Then create a Managed Folder Mailbox Policy for each corresponding Managed Default Folder. 
  4. Finally, apply policies to the specific users and run the Managed Folder Assistant.
  See screenshots below.






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