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How to delete email messages within a date range. say 6/01/08 to 6/15/08.  Blackberry on BES server.

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How to delete email messages within a date range. say 6/01/08 to 6/15/08.  Blackberry on BES server.
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by:fgrushevsky
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where do you want to delete the messages? in a specific user mailbox? is the server mailbox? on the blackberry handheld?
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chalapa earned 250 total points
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You can set polices like older than 90 days then delete but you can' set as date to date.
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Thank You.
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