Exchange 2010 MRM Policy not working on server

Posted on 2012-09-08
Last Modified: 2012-11-10

Running Exchange 2010 SP1. Some users have a Managed Folder Policy applied to their mailbox to delete Inbox items older than 1 year.
However we've been notified by some peolpe that they do have Inbox items over this date threshold. Looking at these mailboxes, they all seem to be on one mailbox server.
In the Exchange 2007 days, I know that there used to be a Managed Folder Assistant that we'd manually schedule on each Mailbox server to run. I understand that with Exchange 2010, the MFA now runs all the time.
What's the best way to troubleshoot why these MRM Policies are not being applied to the mailboxes in question
Question by:richlionel
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    Run the Start-ManagedFolderAssistant on the server.

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