Deleting emails from an attached mailbox and to keep them from going to my deleted items.

Posted on 2007-10-17
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
This is the problem I have a couple users that have attached mailboxes to there outlook account but when they delete the item it goes directly to their deleted items and not to the deleted items of the mail account it was deleted from. I need the mail to go to that deleted items folder and not the users deleted items folder is there away of setting that up?
Question by:cjlocy
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    Accepted Solution

    There is not.  When you delete an email, it goes to the Deleted Items folder of the default account.  

    Author Comment

    Actually I found a easier way just disable them to be able to delete and assign it to one person and that person has to delete them and save them to a folder with a rule setup. But going to give credit to Bluetab since he was the only one that replied...thanks Bluetab
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    Glad you found an easier solution and thanks for posting the idea.

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