MS Exchange 2007- User's mailbox and store.exe

Hello everyone

I have an Xchange 2007 SP2 which, from time to time, gives us some grief
Here is my question

After deleting a user’s mailbox I find that he still shows up in the Exchange User Monitor. Why does this happen? Does Store.exe retain his information for a period of time? If so, is there a way to immediately clear his mailbox?

Thank you for your attention

Cheers
BibecuAsked:
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piattndCommented:
Depending on your retention configuration, the users mailbox may still be sitting out there in a disconnected state.  You should be able to see information about where the connections are coming from, as the user account may not be connecting to the mailbox you removed.

Use this link to help identify the client IP address for connections from that user.
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BibecuAuthor Commented:
Yes, that was the retention settings.  Changing that fixed the issue !

Thanks

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