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Microsoft, Exchange, 2003, Multiple Policies

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I have a auto Delete Items folder policy that deletes emails that are 7 days old.  Now I want to create a policy that deletes the Junk Email folder nightly but runs the auto Delete Items folder weekly.  Is there a way to keep the auto Delete Items folder to run at Midnight on Sundays and run the delete Junk E-mail folder nightly?  I set the Junk E-mail policy to delete items one day old but it doesn't run.
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Afraid not, there's no mechanism to do that at all. A bit of a limitation in Exchange there.

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So the Junk Email policy will run every Sunday at Midnight like I set the server to do for the Deleted Items policy?  Another words, no matter how many policies I have setup, they will all run every Sunday at Midnight?  (Policies meaning delete items, move to deleted items, etc)
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Correct, only one schedule, but you can have as many policies as you want or need.

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