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Exchange 2010 SP1 DPT vs RPT

I'm trying to configure a retention policy that will force deletion of all items older than x number of days. What I don't understand and can't find a clear answer to, is do I need to configure an RPT for Inbox, RPT for Sent, RPT for deleted items, etc and in addtion also create a tag for all other mailbox folders OR  

Do i just need to create an RPT for all other mailbox items and that will in it self capture inbox, sent, deleted items, etc. Does all other mailbox folders consititue the DPT. ? OR  

Does all other mailbox folder mean exactly what it says and it is everything else other than what is included in the picture shown?

Does all other mailbox folder items include personal folders that users created?
Exchange 2010 SP1 Retention Policy Tag screen
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Tom892
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Muzafar MominCommented:
if you select all other folder in the mailbox then it will exclude the listed folder as shown in the pic posted by you,
You will need to configure an RPT for Inbox, RPT for Sent, RPT for deleted items seperately
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Tom892Author Commented:
So I'm clear, at the end of the day I need
1. RPT for inbox
2. RPT for Sent
3. RPT for Deleted Items
4. RPT for Junkmail
5. RPT for All other items in the mailbox - this will include personal folders?

Is their such a thing as a DPT in exchange 2010 Sp1? Doesn't sound like it.
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