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Exchange 2007 Server Mailbox Cleanup Agent - How to?

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I have an Exchange Server 2007 installation that we migrated from Exchange 2003.  In Exchange 2003 we had a Mailbox CleanUp agent that ran every weekend to delete deleted items from user's mailboxes.  I cannot seem to find a method to accomplish the same thing in Exchange 2007.  Does anyone know what I would do to enable/setup this function??
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That comes under "Managed Folder Mailbox Policies" which you can find in EMC, under Org Config, Mailbox.


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