Empty deleted mails folder using GPO (Outlook 2010 with Exchange 2003)

I have tried to look for a solution, but I haven´t found one.

Setup is like this. 2 servers running win2k (as base OS) with Exchange 2003. Running smoothly. With 100´ish mailboxes.
For a long time clients have only used Office 2003.  We have now started to deploy Office 2010.
We have a GPO that makes Outlook2003 empty the deleted mails folder in Outlook on exit. This works for the Outlook 2003 clients, but not for the Outlook 2010 clients. I asume this should be possible, But I can´t find any on this.
Henrik Vang PoulsenCIOAsked:
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n36511Commented:
You could do this at the Exchange level and set the deleted items retention policy to 1 day or something like that.  This would give your users 1 day to discover that they may have accidentially deleted something and recover from dumpster.
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Henrik Vang PoulsenCIOAuthor Commented:
Hi N36511,

Sorry for my late reply.

But I will look into this solution.

Thank you.
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Henrik Vang PoulsenCIOAuthor Commented:
A good idea to a kind of work around for my problem.
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