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remove specific user inbox mail, sent mail, deleted items etc. from exchange server 2007

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i need to delete all mails from specif user but i DO NOT want to go to his computer and do this manually,  how can i accomplish these from my exchange server?

i need step by step thank you
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by:apache09
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If your an excahnge/domain admin

You can simply create an New OUtlook Profile on your own machine using the users Details

Once created, you should have access to their Entire mailbox allowing you to delete the items
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by:imkottees
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Hi,

Yes configuring outlook is one way and there are two more ways.

1.  Powershell:

Single user:

Export-Mailbox -Identity "First.Lastname" -SubjectKeywords "This is my test message." -DeleteContent

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2006/12/18/3397563.aspx

2. Via OWA:

make sure you have full permission usera@domain.com--> go to IE--> use owa like this (https://webmail.yourdomin.com/owa/usera@domain.com) --> when it ask for credentials give yours--> now you are in user's mailbox--> you can delete the particular mail
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Here is how you delete that email account without deleting the user's AD account

http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?t=31177
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by:Rajkumar-MCITP
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You mentioned delete all email from specific users.. for that, run the below shell command

Get-Mailbox -Identity "mailbox Name" | Export-Mailbox -senderkeywords "sender@emailaddress.com" -deletecontent
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i get this error error
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