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Valenzi

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Hi there,

I'm running Kerio 6.7.3 on Ubuntu with Offline Connector and Outlook 2003 here in our enterprise.

My question is how to set up an automated delete of old mails?

It's the option in auto-archiving, which I disabled, but I got rules for incoming mails which are sorting them in desired folders. Some of them are only admin-messages which informs only (backup, systemsate etc.) and can be auto-deleted after a week.

Any hints, how I realize it?

Thanks in advance!
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pcunix

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You might find this useful:


Automatically cleaning Kerio Mail Folders

I wish Kerio would add a user defined per-folder retention policy.

Tony Lawrence
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http://aplawrence.com
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Screemi

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is there a solution for windows as well? a function to delete mails in trash and junk folders after they are xyz days old would be great!
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BudDurland

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For auto-delete purposes, is the "Trash" folder that's automatically created by Thunderbird treated the same as the "deleted items" folder?

Good is better than evil because it's nicer
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Screemi

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Thu, 03 February 2011 14:46
Sure. http://manuals.kerio.com/connect/adminguide/en/sect-domautod elete.html

that's great. don't know how i missed that feature.
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blackbox

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I believe the above mentioned "items clean-out" feature was added with the update to Kerio Connect 7. As far as a built-in option you might be out of luck with KMS 6.7.3.
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