Empty Deleted items folder when user logs off?

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  • Ranga Kumar
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    #128520

    Dear All,

    I want to implement the following…

    I want to empty the deleted items folder in outlook for all users in my exchange organization when users are logoff the system through the group policy.

    For this I uploaded outlook templates to my group policy but i am not finding correct option in that to enble so please can any body help me in this regard.

    Thanks
    kumar.


    m80arm
    Member
    #233313

    Re: Empty Deleted items folder when user logs off?

    I found the following using :google::

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    Q. Does anyone know of a way to automatically empty out or remove items older than x days out of people’s deleted items folder in Exchange?? I’m looking to see if Exchange will do this. I know that Outlook will do it, but I don’t want to go to everyone’s PC’s and set this up.
    Thanks in advance.
    Quote:
    A. Yes, set up a Recipient Policy using Mailbox Manager settings and you can select which folders to manager, how old the mail is and so on to empty Deleted items.

    http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-11192-0.html?forumID=50&threadID=171562

    Hope it helps

    Michael


    Ranga Kumar
    Member
    #299299

    Re: Empty Deleted items folder when user logs off?

    HI Michael

    I want to do with group policy only why b`cos i hav alrready some receipent polices when assaining priority it is clashing so iI want to go with group policy.

    Thanks….RK


    joeqwerty
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    #299826

    Re: Empty Deleted items folder when user logs off?

    If you have the Office 2003 ADM templates installed you can find this setting under “Microsoft Office Outlook 2003… Tools | Options… Other… Empty Deleted Items Folder”. Set this setting to Enabled.

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