Configuring an Exchange Server 2007 e-mail server to send records to a Records Center site
Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007
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Topic Last Modified: 2016-11-14
Microsoft Exchange 2007 includes features that support the goals of records managers and corporate compliance officers. Because the Exchange 2007 features that support records management were designed to easily integrate with the records management features of Office SharePoint Server 2007, e-mail messages can be sent to Office SharePoint Server 2007 and stored as records where you can manage their retention, classification and expiration from a central location. It is beyond the scope of this topic to provide a full analysis of the tasks and procedures required to configure Exchange 2007 for records management. The tasks and procedures for configuring Exchange 2007 to send records to a Records Center site are listed below. For complete information about planning, deploying, and operating a messaging system based on Exchange 2007, see the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 technical library (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=83249\&clcid=0x40).
Configuring an Exchange 2007 server to send records to a Records Center site is done by performing the following tasks and procedures:
Creating a site to manage records
Configuring an active document site for records management
Plan e-mail message records retention
Create document libraries for retaining records