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Permanently deleting messages in a mailbox from the server side

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Hello,

I need to permanently delete incoming messages(I run a rule beforehand). It has to delete them permanently and needs to come from the server side. no client based rules.

The permanently delete rule is a client based rule and the autoarchive(Permanently Delete old items see attachment) appears either to be a client service or does not function.

Do you know a way of doing this.

Thanks
Mark
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Hi ITZUG,

Have a look at How to use recipient policies to control mailboxes in Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319188

Good Luck!

Gary
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