Video: Setting up Messaging Records Management – an introduction


In this 9 minute video, Sherman Lovell introduces how to set up Messaging Records Management in Exchange Server 2007.
 
Setting up Messaging Records Management - a video introduction
 
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Comments (4)
  1. Cooks says:

    Is there a way to have a notification sent to users when MRM runs summarizing what was done in their mailbox?

  2. ShermanL says:

    > Is there a way to have a notification sent to users when MRM runs summarizing what was done in their mailbox?

    This was considered, but it was felt that most users wouldn’t want to get messages of that nature on a regular basis and that they probably wouldn’t look at them.

  3. bday says:

    During a "How MS IT Rolled out 2007" workshop we had a discussion on this. It came up that users would basically have to every single day check out their "going to be deleted folder" or else they could lose something they didn’t mean to. What if a user is out of the office for the day? Or a couple days?

    The class kind of agreed that if the system had the ability to be configured to run once per week it would be easier on the users. They could then know "Hey on Thursday I need to check out that folder." Sure items might be 6 days behind on being expired, but the end result is they still do expire and users have a better chance of remembering to check the folder and move things to a safer place if need be.

  4. Brian Jorgenson says:

    Is there a way to send a notification to the administrator summarizing what has been cleaned up? In 2003, I have it set to send me a daily summary of items moved, deleted, etc after Mailbox Management Process has completed.

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