Create or update a legal hold in Proofpoint

This article describes where you can find information to create or to update legal holds in Proofpoint. 

Create or update a legal hold in Proofpoint

Information about how to create and modify legal holds is located in the "Creating and Modifying Legal Holds" chapter of the Legal Discovery and Supervision guide for Proofpoint, which is located on the customer Knowledge Base (KB).

The "Creating and Modifying Legal Holds" chapter starts on page 25 of the guide. The chapter includes the following topics:
  • About Legal Holds
  • Types of Legal Holds
  • Assigning Permissions for Legal Hold Access
  • Choosing a Legal Hold Type
  • Working with Ad-Hoc Legal Holds
  • Working with People-Based Legal Holds
  • Managing Legal Holds
  • Exporting Legal Hold Information
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