On 10/19/2015 9:34 PM, surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
> Support ChrisP <surgemailHIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The expire process runs about once a week, so messages a few days older would be quite
>> normal, also is it the Spam folder you are looking at ?
>> Next check expire.log and mail.log (or send to me) along with surgemail.ini and I'll check
> I have to bring the topic up again.
> So I have the rules
> expire_rule folder="Spam" age="15" size="1" alert=""
> g_spam_hold_keep "14"
> in surgemail.ini
> Today, on the 19th of October, I see messages dated the 24th of September.
> I have checked expire_151019.log file (the latest log) -- cleanup seems to be performed only on Trash folder (I see "Fld: Trash" in the log's records).
> Does this mean that the settings don't work or that Spam folder is not treated as such (as I programmer I can understand how this can happen :) ?
> Sincerely yours,
> Eugene Mayevski
The Spam folder is definitely treated differently so an expire rule
won't work... it's a completely unrelated mechanism used to expire spam.
Can you send me your surgemail.ini and a directory listing of the
problem folder and I'll check on on how it works and why it might be
failing for you.
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