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where can I find in exchange management console of exchange 2007

Can you get me the mailbox rules?  
•      Inbox
•      Sent
•      Deleted


We delete mail in your inbox, sent and deleted older than # days.
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by:Schnell Solutions
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Exchange management console is usually installed on the Exchange 2007 servers. Sometimes it is also installed in a domain joined domain server or computer manually.

What do you want to do exactly and then we can give you your best options?
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by:-MAS
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Please elaborate as I am not 100% clear on your query.

If you are trying to open Exchange Management console  of Exchange2007.
Programs--> Microsoft Exchange Server 2007--> Exchange Management Console.
If you cant open Management console you can try installing management tools of Exchange2007 32bit in a PC https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11876.

If you are trying to recover the mails deleted. You will have to recover from the deleted items.
If deleted from deleted from deleted items you will have to recover from backup.
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I am trying to looks email rules as I can open EMC
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by:Schnell Solutions
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Using EMC you can edit 'transport rules', they are rules that they are applied globally on your organization, and from there you can change the scope of these roles for been applied to the desired user or users.

If you are looking for specific settings of server rules or client rules of a user, you need to open the user's mailbox from the web interface or from an Outlook Client.
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by:ScottCha
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Are you trying to see the rules that your user's have created in their Outlook clients?

If so, you can't do that from within the EMC and I doubt you can do that from the powershell either.

You will need to look at client-side rules from the users Outlook client.

If you're talking about transport rules you can look at those in the EMC or power shell window.
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by:pramod1
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I need to check retention policies like how long they remain in inbox, sent items, so I need to check managed folder mailbox policies?
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Yes, if that is the case you can make it with Managed folder mailbox policies.

Do you want to make it for one specific user or all your users?
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By default It is set on the mailbox database.
You can see your current deleted items folder retention
Get-MailboxDatabase | ft name,DeletedItemRetention

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You can see how many using default mailbox database retention and the retention period.
Get-Mailbox | ft name,UseDatabaseRetentionDefaults,RetainDeletedItemsFor

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You can set for each user.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995946(v=exchg.80).aspx

Check this for details.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997206(v=exchg.80).aspx
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how can I check the size limits for attachments
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is it in transport settings?
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by:Schnell Solutions
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For the global setting in the organization, you can execute the following command from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS):

get-transportconfig
(Then look for the parameter  'maxsendsize')

For one specific user, you can use

 get-mailbox 'mailboxName'
(Then look for the parameter 'maxsendsize')
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If you are looking for the global setting, yes, you can find in the transport settings.

If you want to control the limits for receiving, then you can look at 'MaxReceiveSize'
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by:-MAS
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Attachment size if off topic.  If you want details post a new question you will get a better explanation.

Thanks
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by:-MAS
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I appreciate if you assign points based on question and its relevant answer.
Question started with deleted items retention and awarded for attachment size answer which will confuse others in future.

Appreciate if you re-award for future purpose,

Thanks
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