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Where is the purge deleted items in Outlook 2002?

Posted on 2004-08-09
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Outlook 2002.

I am a email admin that is enforcing quota on stored messages. The problem I am having is with outlook 2002 pop3 users when they delete their email from the client it is not deleted from the server. Clearing the client deleted items doesn't help.

What I am looking for is a purge deleted option that is offered in outlook 2003 but I can't seem to find it anywhere in outlook 2002.

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Hi Chuck,
 IS on the tools itself, Purge Deleted ITEms inside the REcovered Deleted Items .
Thanks,

KA
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