Exchange 2010 retention policy

I have been asked to make a policy that can move email into the deleted items after it reaches 180 days old and after email is 365 days old it is deleted from deleted items.

My test environment seems to show things different than our production. I have ore options available in the test. Here is a powershell command but I cant get it to move to deleted rather than archive

New-RetentionPolicyTag "Move Test" -Type All -Comment "Words and stuff" -RetentionEnabled $true -AgeLimitForRetention 365 -RetentionAction MoveToArchive
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
180 days old Delete and Allow Recovery  
365 days old Permanently Delete

AFAIK there is no move to the deleted items folder only a move to archive

How retention age is calculated
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