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Where do I set the deleted email and mailbox retention time in Exchange 2003?

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I need to change the length of time my Exchange Server saves deleted emails and mailboxes. I used to be able to find this setting, but I've checked every tab.
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System Manager > Administrative Groups > Servers > {Server Name} > First Storage Group > Right-Click on Mailbox Store and go to Properties > Limits
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Thought I checked 'em all.
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