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Auto empty Mailbox on Exchange

Posted on 2004-08-27
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hello.

There is any way to auto empty an exchange mailbox after one day or so ?
I need to be able to empty totally the mailbox of an user or autoempty a public folder without using Outlook.
Is there any tool out there or script or maybe some batch job ??
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Question by:George Sas
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by:Sembee
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Which version of Exchange?

Simon.
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by:George Sas
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Exchange 2000-2003.
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Mailbox manager will do this for you.

You can see Mailbox Manager in the following way:

ESM, Recipient Policies. Right click on Default Policy and choose "Change Property Pages". Enable "Mailbox Manager Settings".
Then right click on Default Policy again and choose Properties. You should have a new tab "Mailbox Manager".

However you are going to have to create a new Policy for the mailboxes that you want to delete the messages from, otherwise it will affect all users.

Simon.
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by:George Sas
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Right , this is what I needed ... how could I forget about the damn recipient policy.
Thank you , you deserve the points , I'm stupid :)
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