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  1. Hi, I wonder if Hornbill mailbox have retention rule? The reason I'm asking is because we would like to keep up to 6 months old emails before it automatically delete once pass the retention date. Would it be possible to have this setup for the mailbox? Because one of my team leader informed me that he would like this action to be done soon preferably before April and I really do not want to manually click and select for each mailbox that have over 21,000 emails.... Thanks, Aaron
  2. Though most of our workspace posts we would want to retain, there are some that are only useful at the and are no need to be retained in the long term. For example posts advising the team of rota changes, people of sick, people on site this week etc, do not need to be retained. Therefore it would be useful to have the ability to set an expiry date and time on an individual post, which would mean that it is deleted automatically once the specified period has passed. Cheers Martyn
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