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Hi there,
In exchange 2003 I had the system admin which would tell me each week how many messages have been deleted and moved etc.
In my new exchange server 2010 I want to have all my users Inbox 1 year old messages moved automatically to Archive where those messages can stay for 2 years.  Also I would like the deleted items folder empty automatically after 7days automatically.  All these operations should send an email to me.
 Do I need to make any policy? where and how?
Thanks
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What kind of Archive you are referring here. In Exchange 2010 we have Archive mailbox feature. Are you referring to that?
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