V11 SP8
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Create New Cleanup Policy (Filters)

Applies to: User Mailbox

Use this dialog box to create a new Exchange cleanup policy. Use the Filters tab to define which folders and message types are included in or excluded from cleanup operations.

Important: The folder names that you include or exclude must be in the same language (locale) that is used by your end users in Microsoft Outlook. Click Add, and then enter the folder names in each language that you support. You can add folder names in several languages within one policy, or create separate policies for each language.

Note: If the same folder is selected for both inclusion and exclusion, inclusion takes precedence.

Include Folders Subtab
Select the folders that are included in the cleanup operations.
Available folders/patterns
A list of folders that are available to be included in cleanup operations.
Selected folders/patterns
Folders that you selected and moved to this list are included in cleanup operations.
Exclude Folders Subtab
Select the folders that are excluded from cleanup operations.
Available folders/patterns
A list of folders that are available to be excluded from cleanup operations.
Selected folders/patterns
Folders that you selected and moved to this list are excluded from cleanup operations. The Junk Mail folder and the Sync Issues folder are excluded by default.
Exclude Message Types Subtab
Select the message types that are excluded from cleanup operations.
Available
A list of message types that are available to be excluded from cleanup operations.
Selected
Message types that you selected and moved to this list are excluded from cleanup operations. The Appointments, Contacts, Schedules, and Tasks message types are included by default.