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Group Policy or Script to Force delete "Deleted Items " for all users

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Hi Experts

Is there a group policy that will clear the Deleted Items folder on exiting Outlook without the user having to say Yes/No.  I want to force the folder to be emptied when a user exits Outlook.

I have enabled the policy: User config / Admin Templates / MS Outlook 2003 / Tools | Options ... / Other - Empty Deleted Items Folder (upon exiting)
but this allows the user to choose whether or not they want to clear the folder.

Also mailbox management service runs on Entire Exchange organization. We have 5 exchange servers throughout N America and I just want to set policy for one server under Exchange.

Thanks for your help

CJ
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Check for mailbox management policy in Exchange:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319188
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