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Setting Custom Policy Settings for BES Express

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We are using BES Express with SP2 and I'd like to set the following settings via a policy.  Does anyone know if it is possible to added these settings into the Policy maybe under the custom settings...?

Under the General Options for email:
Hide Read Filed Messages set to Yes
Hide Sent Message set to Yes

Under Email Reconciliation:
Delete On set to Mailbox and Handheld
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Unfortunately you can't add custom policy settings for BES Express, particularly for those options. I can see exactly where you're coming from though as I'd like policies to set those from the server as well! Too many support calls from users saying that emails they delete on their handheld aren't being deleted in outlook!
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