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Exchange 2010 Automatic Deletion of items Rule

Posted on 2010-11-23
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I am running Exchange 2010 and need a rule/task on the exchange server that will Automatically delete items in a user’s Deleted Folder that are older than 90 days.    I am at lost on how to do this.  Any help would be appreciated
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Try this, open EMC then Organizational  Configuration - Mailbox - Managed Folder Mailbox Policies:  Right click in here and choose New Manages Folder Mailbox policy and complete the walkthrough.
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