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Exchange 2003 mail retention settings

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Exchange 5.5 has the Mailbox Manager add-on to set inbox retention settings for mailboxes, does Exhange 2003 have this feature without purchasing a 3rd party product.

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Yes, MM is now part of the Recipient policy which you can enable in the ESM

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;319188

Couldn't find a 2003 version, but it's basically configured the same, you'll want to tweak it for your own environment.

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