user\mailbox\nightly rules works great :)
I set to move old messages to trash and system will do the rest.
On 2/4/2015 4:25 AM, surgemail-support wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> would this work for any folder?
> expire_rule folder="*" age=180
> I think if you specify "**" then yes, but this is not something I would
> generally advise as it would apply to all users/folders.
> Another option might be something like:
> so then you first warn users to rename any folde they want kept to start
> with the name 'archive'...,
> I think it's much safer to have the policy for the inbox only (which
> deals with the users who are not organized), and then use 'quota' to
> control users who are intentionally keeping organized data longer than
> you wish....
> this is great option but problem is that I can't enable this on
> domain level because this would affect all users.
> Is it possible to add similar feature on users level or maybe on
> domain level add option to limit to which users this will apply?
> like : expire_rule folder="*" age=180 user="john,jack.lee"
> You can add rules at the user level on a per mailbox basis to delete
> messages based on age, (mailbox/rules)
> But then you need one rule for each folder.
> Darko Bazulj
> On 2/3/2015 10:28 PM, surgemail-support wrote:
> Yes there are
> g_expire_trash "true" (removes deleted messages after 7 days)
> And then domain level settings, e.g. to delete messages in the
> that are older than 180 days
> expire_rule folder="inbox" age=180
> is it posible somehow enable to autodelete mails on user account
> older then X days
> I have users with 10+ GB IMAP maibox and would like to setup that
> mails older then X days are automatically deleted from mailbox.
> Is this possible?
> Darko Bazulj
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