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Configuring Retention Policies and Tags

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Configuring Retention Policies and Tags

In Exchange server 2010 I see the Tags as displayed in the Snapshot below.
I would like to know how to deploy those Tags, so that users can see them in Outlook.
However before I configure the Tags, I need to understand the meaning of the fields displayed under Type and Action.

For instance:
when it says Personal tag under type, what does that mean to an Outlook user? will Outlook user see a tag named Personal Tag?

when it say Move to folder under Action, do I need to configuring some type of Archiving system?

So it is not clear.. if anyone has configuring Retention policy tags, please help.

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I looked that link up and other links before I posted the question, they do not have clear explanation online.

Regarding the snapshot I posted above, those tags I believe are created when you install Exchange 2010.
By default Outlook users will not see anything…Until you link the tags to a policy and add mailboxes to the policy.

an example of applying the Tags, might explain well how Tags are applied and how they are relevant to Outlook users

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