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Dave1700

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I think this is how these functions operate but would like clarification because I'm unsure if it's working on our server.

Our Current "Edit Domain" Settings:
"Items Clean-Out" - "Trash folder, items older than" - 30 Days
"Deleted Items Recovery" - "Keep deleted items for" - 10 Days

I'm looking at this from the perspective of the .eml files in the server file system.

With these settings I would expect that the Item Clean-Out would move users Deleted items from their "Deleted Items" folder on the server to the "#Deleted" folder after they have been in "Deleted Items" for more than 30 Days. Deleted items recovery would then delete the files from the "#Deleted" folder ten days after that.

Please correct me if I'm wrong here.

What I am seeing is that Deleted Items Recovery is not working because messages are not being removed from the #Deleted folder ever.

[Updated on: Sun, 25 September 2016 15:30]

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