Click on the “New Managed Default Folder…” to launch the wizard for the creation of a new instance of a default folder upon which to add a new Managed Content Settings over. Name the New Managed Default Folder “DeletedItems2,” and under the Default Folder Type select “Deleted Items” from the drop down box. A comment can also be configured when the folder is viewed in Outlook, and which users can be disallowed from minimizing. Finally, click on “New” to create the new DeletedItems2 managed folder.
The next step in the process is to create the actual Managed Content Settings, which will be configured to ensure the automatic deletion of voicemails from the Deleted folder after 60 days. This can be done by selecting “DeletedItems2” under the “Managed Default Folders” tab, and then clicking on the “New Managed Content Settings…” link on the Actions panel. Assign “VoicemailRemoval” as a name, and select “Voice Mail” under the Message type option. Next, click on the “Length of retention period (days)” checkbox, being sure to key “60” in the textbox on the right. Opt for “When item is moved to the folder” under the retention period start setting. Finally, select “Permanently Delete” in the last option, and click on “Next” and “New” to create the new Managed Content Setting.
To make adjustments to the above settings you have just created, click on “+” sign and select the “VoicemailRemoval” Managed Content Setting when it appears under DeletedItem2. Do note that the setting is not applied to a user until they are added into a mailbox policy.