How can I prevent users from deletign mail on Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-10-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I want users to be able to purge mail from their Outlook and OWA interface however I want full mail retention on the server for liability purposes. How can I prevent email from being deleted on the server?
Question by:manelson05
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    You need to setup MRM for Exchange 2010
    See the answer given by Shaun Croucher here
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    Journaling is perfect for this, a journal keeps a copy of every message sent or received. You can also put users into litigation hold which prevents them for deleting anything.

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    I set retention to 180 days, I would liek to be able to make a duplicate archive or copy of archive on our direct attach nas is this possible with \\server\archive name and permissions to mail server and admin ou?

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