Wondering if anyone can help.
I've got a provisioning group configured for leavers and set to also be able to do disabled accounts and hidden mailboxes.
Anyway seems to work but every so often there is some calendar entries left behind or 1 or 2 contract groups.
all messages types enabled
archiving set to 0 days
calendar is also set to include future events.
But some acceptances are not being done from inbox
Solved! Go to Solution.
i would take off the quota and do it aged based only and also untick the "start with items larger than" option.
see if that makes a difference. also, noticed your policy settings and wondering are you using Exchange Managed Folders?
Html report shows. 2439 items ineligible under policy?
I've got Archive Deleted Items, Archive Draft Items, Archive Expired Calendar events
Sorry I made a glaring mistake in subject line it's Ev for Exhcange is 10.0.4 for this one
I did make the alterations Andrew mentioned. Archiving strategy is now based on age and 0 days is set.
unchecked the overiding settings as well.
Is it possible that it's archiving them but just doesn't sent them to shortcuts or delete them for certain message classes and folders.
Was reading this thread. https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/message-class-exclusion
Most of what is left is all calendar appointments.
I checked in the archive explorer for some of the missing ones and not finding them Calendar entries are from various months and years.
Also I can open the mailbox and manually choose to archive the calendar entry from mailbox folder
FWIW it doesn't export them to disk, at all:
When the tool is called to run against a specified mailbox the tool will connect to the mailbox, archive all non-archived items, remove them, and then delete all existing shortcuts. The end result is that you will have an empty mailbox.
I will have another look at the utility.
If it works good maybe I can put a script together so that it pulls all the mbxalias for the users in a OU Container and then processes them onces a night.
Take a look at the items in the mailbox, which message class are they?
We added an "IPM.Schedule*" class for some meeting related emails which were not archived with the default classes.
(We also added an "IPM.Sharing*" for Sharepoint related messages, we now use "IPM*" in our Leavers policy.)
Thanks that great will have a look at those scripts.
Also found this nice IPM list but doesn't cover sharepoint ones.