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This is probably a simple question 2=part question

We are using Exchanger Server 2003, I've noticed that some users have a 'Cabinet' folder in their mailbox and others don't, so my questions are...

1. What is the 'Cabinet' folder?
2. I am about to impliment inbox purging using the mailbox manager, will this 'Cabinet' folder be included in the purge?

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by:Mestha
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Cabinet? That isn't a Microsoft folder, unless there has been some translation error. If the users didn't create it then it must have been placed there by a third party tool. What does it contain?

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by:BrianFord
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ok, thanks,
I think it's just a folder in Outlook that was created by a previous tech, so....that being the case...if this folder is not a sub-folder of the Inbox and I run an Inbox purge, this folder will not be affected, is that correct?
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If it isn't a sub folder of Inbox then anything you run in Mailbox Manager wouldn't touch it.

Simon.
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thanks
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