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Mail Box Clean Up

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I have a demo network where salesreps log in periodically to demo equipment. I have an exchange server 2003 and each rep has a mailbox. Many of these users never log in and their mailboxes begin to fill up. Is there a way to manually empty specific users mailboxes from an administrator standpoint?

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Dave
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You need to use Mailbox Manager.

This tutorial covers Exchange 2000, the process is almost identical for Exchange 2003.
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF012.html

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