This is just a quick update–if you’ve been using my Get-UserHoldPolicies script to check out the holds applied to your mailboxes, I’ve updated it to include the DelayHoldApplied property.
A Delay Hold is applied whenever a hold is removed from a mailbox (as in, the mailbox is excluded from an inherited policy or manually removed from an explicitly included policy), and stays in effect for 30 days. … [ Continue reading ]
A new year, a new update for Get-UserHoldPolicies! Woo!
I stumbled across some additional information today regarding deciphering hold policies for mailboxes while troubleshooting another issue and decided to update my Get-UserHoldPolicies tool to reflect it.
The core pieces that I added:
- Identifying Skype policies (as prefaced by sky in the InPlaceHolds property of a mailbox)
- Identifying excluded mailbox policies (as prefaced by -mbx in the InPlaceHolds property of a mailbox)
- Disposition action for items at the end of a retention period:
- Delete only
- Do nothing after retention period
- Delete after retention period
You can see a few of the new options here. … [ Continue reading ]
Yesterday, while working with a customer, I was asked if there is a way to programmatically add OneDrive locations to an existing retention policy. Say, for example, you have a blanket retention policy that covers all of your tenant at a base level (which is what I typically recommend to ensure you at least have either belt or suspenders), but then you have a second set of users that need a longer policy.… [ Continue reading ]