Configuring Grooming

Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) provides organizations with the ability to create full information lifecycle management policies to address their long-term records retention and records management needs. ILM gives you the ability to manage archived data by creating jobs to delete expired messages, or to automatically move subsets of archived data to alternate archive locations in a process called grooming. To begin, you must first create an ILM policy that processes items you want to groom—see Configuring Policies. Then, you can create and configure the ILM Groom job, called an Archive Lifecycle job in NetGovern.