How do you deal with non-standard message classes?
I have posted a similar question before on the forums, found here: https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/rem... but I wound up not following through on any of this after running into some issues.
I am sure that people are dealing with this in some way, and wondering how you are doing it! Certain items filter down and live at the bottom of a users mailbox, and will reside there forever without a manual deletion. Items like 'IPM.Schedule.Meeting.Resp.Pos' (someone 'accepting' a meeting invite, if you have 'Request response' enabled) and similar items like 'IPM.Schedule.Meeting.Resp.Neg/Tent' or 'IPM.Schedule.Meeting.Canceled' (cancelled meeting notification). Since they dont match a message class that we are archiving. I tried to create the 'IPM.Schedule*' message class to capture these items in the archive run (in quote below, and last post in my thread above), but they dont get picked up. I dont care wether they get a hard-delete, get archived and stored in vault, or what happens to them -as long as they get out of the user mailboxes.
EV Admin console > Right click Directory on xxxx. > properties > Exchange Message Classes > Add..
And add IPM.Schedule.Meeting.*
Click ok, go back to EV admin console
Policies>Exchange>Mailbox>Right click policy, properties>Message Classes>Check the box with the new classes.
I would like to hear what the community has done to handle these messages. They dont take up a ton of space, but with several thousand mailboxes this can start to add up.