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Changing Mailbox Policy

Created: 12 Sep 2012 • Updated: 22 Sep 2012 | 2 comments
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In my organization we have different mailbox policies to designate different archiving/retention periods. If I move a user from one policy to another policy when dos it go into effect. What process makes that happen?

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TonySterling's picture

Once provisioning runs it will associate the policy to the user and then when synchronization runs it will apply the policies.

If you want it to take effect immediately run the Provisioning Task in normal mode and then synch the mailbox.

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TypoProne's picture

Also worth noting, if you change the criteria of a retention category... that should go into affect immediatealy for all items (including historically archived items). If you apply a new retention to users, no historic items will be affected unless your shortcut processing is running and configured to adjust based on retention discrepency,

 

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