Your company has an Exchange Server 2016 organization.
All users have a primary mailbox and archive mailboxes.
You create a new retention policy for the users. The policy includes the following types of tags:
A default retention policy tag (RPT) applied to the mailbox: The tag is configured to move email messages older
than three years to the archive.
An RPT applied to the users’ Sent Items folder: The tag is configured to move email messages older than one
year to the archive.
The corporate retention policy is applied to all of the mailboxes.A user creates a personal tag named Tag1. The personal tag is configured to delete items permanently after
The user sends an email message that uses Tag1.
You need to identify what will occur to the message. What should you identify?
The message will be deleted in six months.
The message will he moved to the archive in one year.
The message will be moved to the archive in one year and deleted six months later.
The message will be moved to the archive in three years.
Personal tags allow your users to determine how long an item should be retained. For example, the mailbox
can have a DPT to delete items in seven years, but a user can create an exception for items such as
newsletters and automated notifications by applying a personal tag to delete them in three days.