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Information Rights Management

To download, see Microsoft KB 979099

In Exchange 2010, IRM protection can be applied to messages using the following methods:

Manually by Outlook users   Your Outlook users can IRM-protect messages with the AD RMS rights policy templates available to them. This process uses the IRM functionality in Outlook, and not Exchange. However, you can use Exchange to access messages, and you can take actions (such as applying transport rules) to enforce your organization’s messaging policy. For more information about using IRM in Outlook, see Introduction to using IRM for e-mail messages.

Manually by Outlook Web App users   When you enable IRM in Outlook Web App, users can IRM-protect messages they send, and view IRM-protected messages they receive. In Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Outlook Web App users can also view IRM-protected attachments using Web-Ready Document Viewing. For more information about IRM in Outlook Web App, see Information Rights Management in Outlook Web App.

Manually by Windows Mobile and Exchange ActiveSync device users   In the release to manufacturing (RTM) version of Exchange 2010, users of Windows Mobile devices can view and create IRM-protected messages. This requires users to connect their supported Windows Mobile devices to a computer and activate them for IRM. In Exchange 2010 SP1, you can enable IRM in Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to allow users of Exchange ActiveSync devices (including Windows Mobile devices) to view, reply to, forward, and create IRM-protected messages. For more information about IRM in Exchange ActiveSync, see Information Rights Management in Exchange ActiveSync.

Automatically in Outlook 2010 and later   You can create Outlook protection rules to automatically IRM-protect messages in Outlook 2010 and later. Outlook protection rules are deployed automatically to Outlook 2010 clients, and IRM-protection is applied by Outlook 2010 when the user is composing a message. For more information about Outlook protection rules, see Outlook Protection Rules.

Automatically on Mailbox servers   You can create transport protection rules to automatically IRM-protect messages on Exchange 2013 Mailbox servers. For more information about transport protection rules, see Transport Protection Rules.

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