With a server policy you can quickly apply general properties to
servers. To create a server policy, you must display administrative
To create a server policy:
Start System Manager: On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click
To display administrative groups, right-click the organization,
and then click Properties. On the General tab, select
Display administrative groups. You will have to exit and
restart Exchange System Manager.
Double-click Administrative Groups, and then
double-click the administrative group that you want to add a policy
to. If you do not already have a System Policies folder, you
must create one. To create a new system policies folder,
right-click the administrative group, point to New, and then
select System Policy Container.
Under the administrative group, right-click System
Policies, point to New, and then select Server
In New Policy, check the boxes of the tabs you want to
use in the policy.
In the Properties window, on the General tab,
type a name for the policy.
On the Details tab, use Administrative note to
add additional information about the policy.
On the General (Policy) tab, set the following options:
Click Enable subject logging and display to log all
message subject fields.
Click Enable message tracking to log all mail activity
performed by all Exchange components.
Click Remove log files to remove all log files older
than the value set in Remove files that are older than