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Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Management Recipient Policy

I would like to create a policy that deletes/removes all email from all folders (inbox, sent, deleted, etc) after two weeks for a certain Active Directory security group.

First, is this possible?

Second, I don't want to implement something I am not sure of and then it causes all emails on the system for everyone to be deleted.

I have never attempted a policy so therefore I am very afraid.

Thanks for helping me along.
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You can use below link which has all the details to create MMP.
How to use recipient policies to control mailboxes in Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003
BigHair101Author Commented:
Thank you, but I have already read this article and I couldn't seem to find the exact answers I was looking for. I need to know whether I can apply mailbox clean up policies to an Active Directory security group and that article didn't address how or if possible.
Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:

Open the Mailbox Management policy and on the General tab, click Modify. Go to the Advanced tab and click the Field drop-down. Select Group-Name. Under Condition, select Is (Exactly). In the Value field, type the name of the group. Click Add then OK.

BigHair101Author Commented:
Okay, this is what I was looking for. This is the answer. Thank you.

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