Exchange 2010 Retention Policy not working

I am testing exchange 2010 retention policies, I started off by creating a retention policy tag called empty deleted items, tag type "deleted items" and age limit was only set to 1 day, action was permanently delete.   Then I created the retention policy called empty deleted items and after one day nothing was deleted.  I found that the policy applied to a test mailbox by running :

Get-Mailbox user | select retentionpolicy

It came back with the policy that I created.

How else can I troubleshoot this?
Eddie SardinhaAsked:
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lciprianionutCommented:
Hi. Did you add retention tags to retention policies as is not clear that you did that ?
You can force processing of the policy using Start-ManagedFolderAssistant (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998864(v=exchg.141).aspx)
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Eddie SardinhaAuthor Commented:
Yes sorry I thought this cmdlet made that clear.
Get-Mailbox user | select retentionpolicy

I did apply the tag to a retention policy. I only applied it to a test user mailbox and after one day the deleted items were not emptied.

The Rentention tag was set for one day for deleted items as a test and then added to the retention policy.  I did it via emc not shell.
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Eddie SardinhaAuthor Commented:
I did a little more research on this and found that its a bug in exchange and that RU3 can solve this.  Can anyone confirm that?  

Thanks
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