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which command shell should I run in office 365 to empty deleted items items in outlook and user should get a prompt
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AlexSenior Infrastructure AnalystCommented:
That's not an exchange command but a group policy for your users, it'll have to be applied internally.

You'll need to install the ADMX files for office 365 and then apply it in there.
timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
@Alex is correct you will need to install the ADMX template files for O365 or your version of outlook. See the below link for the download:

Once you download the tools to your GPO server you can setup a policy to delete upon exit. I found this info online  about the path to that setting even though it was for a older version of outlook it will still be pretty close to the same:

I have enabled the policy: User config / Admin Templates / MS Outlook 2003 / Tools | Options ... / Other - Empty Deleted Items Folder (upon exiting)

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