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Exchange 2007: Managed Content Settings Not being applied

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I'm trying to delete emails that are in the Junk E-Mail default folder on Exchange 2007.  I've created Managed Content Settings to delete them after 180 days.

I've set the MRM schedule to run, plus I've run the mailbox folder assistant manually using "Start-ManagedFolderAssistant".  

Nothing seems to be deleting.  If I log into OWA, I can still see Junk Email in my folder older than 180 days.  I've also created "Managed Folder Mailbox Policy" that points to the Junk E-mail folder.

Is there anyway to verify these settings are actually being applied?  As far as I can tell, nothing out of my junk Email is being deleted?

Am I missing a step?
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To apply "Managed Folder Mailbox Policy" run:
Set-Mailbox -Identity YourUserName -ManagedFolderMailboxPolicy "My Managed Folder Mailbox Policy"

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To apply it to more than one user: http://exchangepedia.com/2007/05/applying-managed-folder-policy-to-more-than-one-user.html
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