No. The user cannot bypass the dumpster when either SingleItemRecovery is enabled or when a mailbox is on litigation hold.
Michael B. Smith
Consultant and Exchange MVP
Thanks for the response.
Logic would dictate that a user would not be able to do a SHIFT DELETE and bypass the dumpster if the mailbox was in a legal hold status. However, I have found in the past that what SHOULD happen and what DOES happen are not always equal.
On Behalf Of Dogers
Never tried it, but the litigationhold feature is meant to keep EVERYTHING! Deletions, changes, the lot..
On May 28, 2012 5:28 PM, "John Matteson" <john.matteson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Question for all the admins on the list.
If a mailbox is on legal hold, can deleted messages bypass the dumpster, and legal hold, by using the SHIFT DELETE method in Outlook?