RE: script to delete mail in deleted item

  • From: manjunath bn <>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2005 17:26:02 +0530

well guys I'm little delaed reading this article.

good thing of exmerge utility is while migrating user mail boxes you
can disable them as you progress using exmerge.

you can scheudle this one, but I suggest you to be present while
working with exmerge...............'cause you can troubleshoot if you
find any thread errors.

go through the exmerge docs , they are well written.

else revert me I ' ll get you the documents......

opsource .inc

On 4/22/05, Danny <nocmonkey@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 4/21/05, Dan Klobnak <dan.klobnak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> >
> > I have been thinking about this as well. Outlook's (2000) Auto Archiving 
> > option to delete/remove items older than threshold does not seem to work. I 
> > was planning on working with ExMerge. Is this the only option for Exchange 
> > 2000 SP3 as well? Can one  create a scheduled task or package for this to 
> > run? If so, any good resource (other than MS Support - I will check that 
> > area). Thanks! Dan
> 1) ExMerge is supported by Microsoft
> 2) Yes, it works very well for the task you describe.
> 3) Yes, you can essentially schedule any Windows application to run
> with the scheduler service and/or a script. Furthermore, ExMerge is no
> exception so read the ExMerge readme doc included with the download or
> available through MS download.  Basically, you customize the exmerge
> ini file.
> ...D
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