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I was thrilled to see the implementation of a feature to delete everything (except for calendar and contacts) older than x days in Kerio. To my big disappointment, it seems I can only set this domain-wide. Is there a possibility to exclude/include certain users from this whereas others keep all their stuff, or is it a all or nothing thing?

If so, I highly request individual delete settings for individual users...

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Definitely needs to be able to be set at the user level - it should work just as quotas do.

Tony Lawrence
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The feature of "aging deletion" should be reviewed. The best choice is to have a two level setup: domain level and a user level that overides the firs one. Of course, user level should be setup by administrators, at least in standard folders (INBOX, Sent Items, Junk, etc.). Another tool is to jhave the possibility to setup on a folder by folder basis, at leas, granularity should include INBOX, Sent Items and User Created folders, and not only Junk and Deleted folders.

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I agree with the first two posters. However, prior to the automatic deletion, there should be the ability archive the messages marked for deletion to another volume/share point. I know you could do this with a client side message rule, but that would mean a lot of rules to watch over every day.
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