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Exchange 2010 mailbox journalling

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I want to enable journalling on a mailbox database. I am using the instructions at;
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124985(v=exchg.141).aspx

Do I need a Managed folder mailbox policy ?
Do you have a simpler set of instructions?
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What is complicated about those instructions?
Create the mailbox (preferably in its own database), configure journaling, grant permissions.

You don't need a managed folder mailbox policy to use journaling. What do you think you do?

SImon.
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I figured it out. Of the 11 sections under managing journalling, only 2 sections need to be done.
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How do I change the grade?
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Please change the grade to A.  --- Thanks
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