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Delete messages from Outlook and Exchange 2013

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I am testing an Exchange 2013 server. While testing, I am sending messages back and forth between my test accounts, creating calendar events, contacts, and tasks. I am running multiple tests. Each time I create a test, I delete all the existing items in each account. Is there a way to automatically delete all user items from user accounts so that I don't have to do it manually? Could this be accomplished in the Exchange Management Shell somehow, and if so please send me an example.

Thanks.
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By far the quickest, as its just a test environtment AND you would then have a base starting point that is the same each time, would be to delete the mail account and create new ones for each test run.
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