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Exchange 2007 SP3 - Messge and records management - deleted items

Yesterday i setup a policy using MRM to delete items from the deleted items folder (only). I tried this on one user and was successful (started the process manually)  then i tried it on another user and this time set the policy to run over night from 12:00 am to 4:00 am.

It worked great! it deleted 40K items (all as expcted) except it looks like 20K + "read receipts" were sent by the exchange server to various internal and external users. Can anyone confirm that it supposed to work that way? if so how do i block the read recipts when the message has been deleted from the deleted items folder and when done so by MRM?

Thanks!!

Robert
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks for the reply. However do you know anything about MRM sending a "not read" receipt to the internal users? when MRM deletes a message?

It turns out that only 148 "Not read" receipts were sent and not 20K+ but i would like like to know if when MRM deletes a message its supposed to generate a read/not read receipt.


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