NO. Our issues with Office 365 are ongoing. I’m having to delete and recreate every Outlook 2007 user’s profile DAILY just so they can access their email. Coupled with the removal of the spell check feature, you should NOT buy Office 365.
So I’ve set up the retention policies on all mailboxes using the insanity that is Windows Powershell, but it turns out that those polices only work on mailboxes over 10 megabytes.
So, if you set up a policy to delete all junk/deleted items after 30 days, it will only work if the mailbox is > 10 megs. Of course, you can set all mailboxes to do this but you have to use the magic spell : “Manually run Start-ManageFolderAssistant –Identity
Seriously, it’s 2012, why am I forced to type such nonsense into a text box?!