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Messaging policy and compliance in Exchange 2016

Messaging policy and compliance features in Exchange Server 2016

In-Place Archiving

In-Place Archiving helps you regain control of your organization's messaging data by eliminating the need for personal store (.pst) files and allowing users to store messages in an archive mailbox accessible in Outlook 2010 and later and Outlook on the web.

In-Place Hold and Litigation Hold

When a reasonable expectation of litigation exists, organizations are required to preserve electronically stored information, including email that's relevant to the case. In-Place Hold allows you to search and preserve messages matching query parameters. Litigation Hold only allows you to place all items in a mailbox on hold. For both types of holds, messages are protected from permanent deletion, modification, and tampering and can be preserved indefinitely or for a specified period.

In-Place eDiscovery

In-Place eDiscovery allows you to search mailbox data across your Exchange organization, preview search results, copy search results to a Discovery mailbox, or export the results to a PST file

Administrator audit logging

Administrator audit logs enable you to keep a log of changes made by administrators to Exchange server and organization configuration and to Exchange recipients. You might use administrator audit logging as part of your change control process or to track changes and access to configuration and recipients for compliance purposes.

Mailbox audit logging

Because mailboxes can potentially contain sensitive, high business impact information and personally identifiable information, it's important that you track who logs on to the mailboxes in your organization and what actions are taken. It's especially important to track access to mailboxes by users other than the mailbox owner (known as delegate users). Using mailbox audit logging, you can log mailbox access by administrators, delegates (including administrators with full access permissions), and mailbox owners.

Data loss prevention

Data loss prevention (DLP) in Exchange 2016 includes 80 sensitive information types that are ready for you to use in your DLP policies.

Transport rules

Use Exchange transport rules to look for specific conditions in messages that pass through your organization and take action on them. You can use transport rule conditions and exceptions to define when a transport rule is applied, and then apply a transport rule action on messages when the condition is met.

Transport rule conditions (predicates) in Exchange 2016
Transport rule actions in Exchange 2016

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