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Purge interval for deleted Lotus Notes email messages

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Is there a setting in Lotus Domino that determines how long a deleted message remains in the trash folder? Can it be specified at the user level?
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Yes, you'll find it in the mail preferences. Additionally, any database can have soft deletions enabled. The purge time is specified in the advanced properties tab of the database properties box for the database
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by:wbocamark
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I'm not finding a parameter for this under File/Preferences/User preferences/Mail.
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brwwiggins earned 125 total points
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try File->Database->Properties...last tab.

You should see the soft delete time towards the bottom
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