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Is there a undelete buffer for exchange 2010 email and if so, can you change the value

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I know in exchange before there wa an undelete buffer that would retain emails that got deleted for a specific amount of time. Is there a setting liek this for exchange 2010 and if so what is the default and can it be changed?
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On Mailbox database you can set the time of delete "deleted emails" permanently.
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I found the answer already thanks for the info though..
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