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 +  * [[https://​tab.bz/​eqwqu|Tabs:​ Litigation Hold research]]
  
 +<​blockquote>​
 +In-Place Hold, formerly Litigation Hold and Legal Hold
 +
 +<​cite>​[[http://​www.peters.com/​office-365-in-place-hold/​|Office 365 In-Place Hold | Cloud Architecture ]]</​cite>​
 +</​blockquote>​
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 +If your Office 365 plan includes the option for litigation hold then it is generally best to turn it on for all mailboxes from day 1. The quickest and easiest method of doing that is via PowerShell.
 +
 +Here’s the one line command you need to achieve that: <code powershell>​get-mailbox | set –litigationholdenabled $true</​code>​
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 +Of course, it won’t automatically enable any future mailboxes your create but all you need to do is run the same command again.
 +
 +<​cite>​[[http://​blog.ciaops.com/​2014/​09/​enable-litigation-hold-for-all-exchange.html|CIAOPS:​ Enable litigation hold for all Exchange Online mailboxes using PowerShell]]</​cite>​
 +</​blockquote>​
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 +My playing:
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 +List the litigation hold status of all mailboxes:
 +
 +<code powershell>​PS>​ Get-Mailbox | ft Name,​Alias,​LitigationHoldEnabled,​LitigationHoldDuration</​code>​
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 +Enable litigation hold on all mailboxes:
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 +<code powershell>​Get-Mailbox | Set-Mailbox -LitigationHoldEnabled $True</​code>​
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 +Another code example that checks whether it is enabled first: [[https://​goodworkaround.com/​2014/​2/​5/​powershell-script-to-enable-litigation-hold-for-all-user-mailboxes-in-exchange/​|PowerShell script to enable litigation hold for all user mailboxes in Exchange – Good Workaround!]]
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