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Show Exchange 2010 Retention Policy in Outlook

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I would like to be able to show a user the retention policy in outlook 2003, 2007 or 2010. In our environment when you use OWA you see the retention policy that that message falls under and how many days before it expires. Is there a way to include this in regular local installs of outlook?
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