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Disabling Deleted Items Folder

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I have a phone server that uses MS Outlook to forward voicemails and faxes; however, the Outlook client is using too much space on the Exchange server over time. I have put in a rule to delete all items that arrive; however, I would like to not send these to the Deleted Items folder. I would simply like to remove them permanently so I no longer have to log in after every 2-3 months and do it manually. Suggestions?
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Try http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319188

Basically, you want to configure a Mailbox Management policy as part of your recipient policy.  If you need to separate a particular mailbox, you can create a second recipient policy, and if it isn't used for e-mail address assignment then it won't break anything else.

You also need to schedule the mailbox management at the server level.
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