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catchall mailbox on exchange taking up a ton of space

Posted on 2014-03-04
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have a client that has a user that has a catch all email account outside of his normal email account. how do i setup that catch all account to only keep 90 days worth of email and remove the rest?

the email platform is exchange 2007
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You can use 'Managed Defaults Folders' and 'Managed Folder Mailbox Policies' in Exchange 2007 to configure retention policies for an Inbox for given mailboxes.
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