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Deleted email retention on MS Exchange 2003

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I have a request from management to be able to review all deleted emails(sent and received) from a users mailbox. Is there a setting that I can enable on Exch 2K3 to preserve these messages even if the user Shift deletes them from Outlook?

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Question by:braineater13
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Use Journal concept in exchange 2003.
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You can recover the hard deleted emails from outlook by following below mentioned MS article.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246153
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