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Managing Email attachments in Exchange 2010?

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I want to better manage my Exchange mailbox store as it grows by about 1gb per day. I want to strip attachments older than say 30/60 days from every email on every mailbox, by a centrally managed console. I don't want to save the attachments, just strip them off. We use Symantec Mail Archiving so I have copy of the attachments in the cloud and I don't want to populate my file shares with PST files or old attachments, so I just want to strip them off.

Once i've done that i'll bring quotas in to manage sizes going forward.

Im sure there will be some third party software that will do what I need. I've just downloaded a trial for a product from MAPILab, however i'd like to know what others have used and any advice on a product I can use to achieve my goals!

Thanks

Mark.
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