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Information Rights Management

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2010-08-10

Understanding Information Rights Management

Learn about Information Rights Management (IRM), and how it helps you to protect sensitive messaging content.

Understanding Transport Protection Rules

Learn how you can automatically apply IRM-protection to messages based on your organization's messaging policy and content inspection.

Understanding Outlook Protection Rules

Learn how you can automatically apply IRM protection to messages in Outlook 2010 based on recipient, department, or message scope.

Understanding Transport Decryption

Learn how Exchange 2010 helps you apply messaging policies by decrypted IRM-protected content.

Understanding Journal Report Decryption

Learn how Exchange 2010 helps you comply with regulations by journaling IRM-protected messages.

Understanding Information Rights Management in Outlook Web App

Learn how Exchange 2010 allows your users to use IRM in Outlook Web App to read IRM-protected messages and apply IRM protection to messages they send.

Understanding Information Rights Management in Exchange ActiveSync

Learn how Exchange 2010 SP1 provides protocol-level support for Exchange ActiveSync, allowing users of supported mobile devices to create and access IRM-protected messages.

Understanding Information Rights Management Logging

Learn how Exchange 2010 SP1 provides logging of IRM operations between the Exchange and AD RMS servers in your organization.

Managing Information Rights Management

Learn how to manage Exchange 2010 IRM features.

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