Thursday, 7 May 2015

In-place hold vs Litigation hold (Exchange 2013)

A litigation hold is used for eDiscovery and puts a hold on the mailbox as a whole oposed to an in-place hold (introduced in Exchange 2013) that uses a more granular hold - by putting items on hold based on a search query, specific dates and so on.

A litigation hold can be created by enabling the LitigationHoldEnabled parameter on the user's mailbox:

Set-Mailbox jbloggs@contoso.com -LitigationHoldEnabled $true

While an in-place hold can be enabled as follows:

New-MailboxSearch "Hold-CaseId002" -SourceMailboxes "jbloggs@consoto.com" -InPlaceHoldEnabled $true

A parameter cannot be found that matches parameter name 'StartDate'.

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