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We can check the properties of our new retention tags with the Get-RetentionPolicyTag cmdlet. For example:
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Get-RetentionPolicyTag -Identity 'RPT-Inbox' | Format-List
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IsPrimary MessageClassDisplayName MessageClass Description RetentionEnabled RetentionAction AgeLimitForRetention MoveToDestinationFolder TriggerForRetention MessageFormatForJournaling JournalingEnabled AddressForJournaling LabelForJournaling Type SystemTag LocalizedRetentionPolicyTagName Comment LocalizedComment MustDisplayCommentEnabled LegacyManagedFolder AdminDisplayName Name Identity
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False All Mailbox Content * Managed Content Settings True DeleteAndAllowRecovery 30.00:00:00 WhenDelivered UseTnef False
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Inbox False {} Inbox items are automatically deleted after 30 days {} False
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The output from Get-RetentionPolicyTag confirms that the tag can cover any class of item (MessageClass = *, the default for Exchange 2010), that it is for the Inbox folder (Type = Inbox), and that items tagged with this RPT will be moved to the Deleted Items folder after 30 days (indicated in the RetentionAction and AgeLimitForRetention properties). In fact, unlike managed folders, retention tags don t accommodate the notion of item segregation. In other words, you cannot build a retention tag that only applies to items of a certain class in a folder (such as apply the policy to items of class IPM.Note but ignore those of class IPM.Contact).
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INSIDE OUT
Voice mail is an exception
Voice mail is a noted exception to this rule because you can create a specific tag for voice mail . Along the same lines, you can t define different actions for different item types such as moving expired messages to an archive folder while deleting any other item type . Some observers consider these shortcomings to be a retrograde step in messaging records management .
Let s now create the other tags that are required for the management retention policy. This time a personal tag (type = personal) is needed to allow users to mark items to be kept in their mailbox for five years (1,825 days), after which the items will be automatically moved into the Recoverable Items folder. Exchange gives the action and retention period defined in a personal tag priority if a user applies it to an item in a folder that s already under the control of a retention policy tag. In other words, if a user applies the PER-Retain tag on an item in the Inbox, Exchange will not move it to the Recoverable Items folder after 30 days as called for by the retention policy tag associated with the Inbox. Instead, Exchange will respect the action and retention period defined in the personal tag because the rule is that an explicit policy always trumps an implicit policy. In addition, you should also remember that Exchange will keep a personal tag on an item even if the item moves to another folder that has an associated retention policy tag. We create the new personal tag with the following command:
New-RetentionPolicyTag Name 'PER-Retain' RetentionAction PermanentlyDelete RetentionEnabled $True AgeLimitForRetention 1825 Type Personal Comment 'Item to be kept forfive years before it is moved to Recoverable Items'
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Setting the Type parameter to Personal is the critical thing here because it makes the tag personal and explicit rather than the implicit tags applied to all items in a folder. To create a personal tag with EMC, select Personal Folder as the tag type.
TROUBLESHOOTING
I created a retention tag with the wrong type . What do I do
If you make a mistake and create a retention tag of the wrong type, you aren t able to change the type with the Set-RetentionPolicyTag cmdlet . Instead, you will have to delete the tag with the Remove-RetentionPolicyTag cmdlet and then re-create it afterward with the correct type .
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To complete the design, the policy needs to provide managers with a default retention tag that forces any items older than a year (365 days) to be moved into the Recoverable Items folder. As you ll recall, a default tag is used when no other tag has been applied to an item.
New-RetentionPolicyTag Name 'DPT-General' RetentionAction DeleteAndAllowRecovery RetentionEnabled $True AgeLimitForRetention 365 Type All Comment 'Items older than a year are moved to Recoverable Items unless otherwise tagged'
You ll have noticed that all of the tags that we created specify RetentionEnabled $True. This means that the tag is active and should be processed by the MFA. To disable a tag, you set RetentionEnabled $False. A tag in this state is ignored by the MFA. Most of the tags that we have created so far use the DeleteAndAllowRecovery action. The other actions are as follows:
MoveToArchive Moves the item to a folder of the same name in an archive mailbox. Clearly this action is only possible if the mailbox has a personal archive. If not, the action is ignored. Moving to the archive is analogous to the Outlook Auto-Archive option that moves items into a PST on a regular schedule to help keep a mailbox under quota. The big difference is that users don t get to vote whether they want to use the option, as Exchange moves items into the personal archive automatically without asking for user opinion. Policies that move items into an archive mailbox are known as archive policies. Exchange will ignore the archive tags if you create a retention policy that includes tags to move items into the archive and apply it to a mailbox that doesn t have a personal archive. If the mailbox is subsequently assigned a personal archive, the MFA will apply the archive tags for the mailbox the next time that it runs.
To check that we have all of the required tags in place to build the retention policy, we can review the set of tags through EMC or execute the following EMS command:
Get-RetentionPolicyTag | Format-Table Name, Type, RetentionAction, RetentionEnabled, AgeLimitForRetention -AutoSize
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