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1. Enterprise Resource Planning.
2. Estimated Retail Pricing. The published figure that a manufacturer expects or anticipates their product being sold at.

cf RRP.

3. Exchange Retention Policy.

Exchange Retention Policy is a setting on Microsoft Exchange server, which specifies how long deleted items are kept at the server once they have been deleted. This allows items to be recovered after they have been deleted.

Also known as the Exchange Deleted Items Retention Policy.

To set or configure the Exchange Retention Policy in Exchange 2003:

  1. Run Exchange System Manager
  2. Drill down to the mailbox store
  3. Open the mailbox store's properties
  4. On the "Limits" tab the retention setting can be specified both for how long to keep deleted items and for how long to keep deleted mailboxes.

The Retention Policy allows users to recover deleted items which have not yet been deleted from the server. Microsoft Outlook moves deleted items into the "Deleted items" folder, but once they are removed from there they are not normally recoverable. To recover a deleted from the deleted items folder using Outlook 2003:

  1. Navigate to the deleted items folder.
  2. Tools → Recover Deleted Items ...

    This will open a dialog box showing what items are held at the server and are available for recovery.

  3. Select the items to recover and then click the "Recover selected items" button.