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The environment is Exchange 2010 SP2, the clients are outlook 2007 and 2010.We want to force the creation of two folders. “Folder 1” is supposed to a have two year retention policy. “Folder2” is supposed to have a five year retention policy.

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How do I force the creation of two top level folder and name them for all outlook clients?
How do I set retention policy tags for those new folders?
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Thanks for the quick response, this is a good article on retention policies.

It unfortunately doesn't cover either of my questions. I doesn't cover force creating root level folders for all users or setting individual polices on them. It covers default folders and a generic policy that covers all folders.

Any other information is appreciated.
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