Outlook dumpster and single item recovery

good morning and I realize this might sound like a really simple question. Unfortunately I do not know off the top of my head and need confirmation and or documentation. If a user is on Outlook 2010 with exchange 2013 without single itemrecoveryenabled what is the length of time the message ir preserved after it is deleted. I was thinking only 30 days but just realized that single itemcovery which we have set for is 30 days and the dumpster makes it 45 days. Am I correct? Does anyone have any info?
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Mail Items are 14 days by default, where you can recover them using the SafetyNet (dumpster) and 30 days for Mailboxes that are in the disconnected state, unless otherwise changed.

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techdriveAuthor Commented:
So if I have singleitemrecovery configured for 30 days on a mailbox then its 30 + 14 dumpster = 44
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techdriveAuthor Commented:
unless its disconnected.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
30 + 14 dumpster = 44
The above is not correct. If your mailbox is in a disconnected state the dumpster does not run against these mailboxes. You have 30 days by default before the cleam-mailbox maintenance removes the mailbox from the system.

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techdriveAuthor Commented:
I am not speaking of disconnected mailboxes as I do not care about this information. I am speaking directly on mailboxes that are connected. Is this the answer 30 + 14 = 44
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Below is the break down for a mailbox that has Single Item Recovery enabled...

Delete Items Retension 14 days (dumpster)
Single Item Recovery (30 days)
- When a user shift+deletes an email it goes into the Dumper (14 days)
- When the dumpster items are removed after 14 days these items will now go into Purges Folder
- This is where Single Item Recovery kicks in
- Items in the Purges Folder will now be held in there for 30 days (unless this mailbox has a legal hold)
- After 30 days items are then removed from the purges folder

So to answer your question it is 14+30=44 is correct.

Hope this makes sense.

Based on my last comment i thought you were talking about the mailbox being removed from the system. which in that case it is based on your Mailbox Retension settings.

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