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Pashka2k

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Hi, i'm trying to compact space, allocated by KMS store folder.
I'd found, that all moved/deleted messages in IMAP accounts were copyed to #delete folder in store.
I need to fully delete this messages, how can i do this? Is it possible to simply delete this .eml files in #delete folder by explorer, or this can have harmful effect?

Our company uses Outlook Express as standart mail app.

Thanks.
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sedell

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That's where mail gets stored for the deleted items recovery. Go to the domains screen and double click on your domain. The settings for that are on the general tab of the domain configuration window.

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Pashka2k

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Does this messages automatically cleaned up after passing recovery period? Or I need to delete it by myself?

[Updated on: Thu, 07 August 2008 11:29]

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That setting is also on the domain configuration. It purges the mail after the number of days you specify.

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