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Exchange 5.5 message retention policy

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As part of a legal requirement we have to turn on a message retention policy for all email in our company.  We currently do this in Exchange 2003 easily.  Although eventually we will all be on the same email system, one of our sites is still running Exchange 5.5 and I have no knowledge of managing Exchange 5.5.  Is there a way to turn on a message retention policy in Exchange 5.5?  Can you give me step by step instructions as I haven't even looked at the system yet.

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