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Cyrius

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Hi everybody,

I am looking for a way to disallow permanent email deletion. I want users to be able to delete their emails and move it to the deleted folder, but not permanently delete.

Or as an alternative, I would like to remove the Folder Options button from the ribbon, which would block 'Recover Deleted Items' with the option to 'Purge' emails.

I have the Office14 ADM template, and I can remove folders from the ribbon, BUT Microsoft's link to the ribbon object IDs is a deadlink, and I have been unable to find any information on it elsewhere.

If these ideas seem like overkill or something, let me know what you do in your business!

Thanks!


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Have you looked at handling this on the email server instead of the client?
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Well, that is where I am looking, but I was looking for a domain policy. Is there a better way to do it?

I am also looking at an email archiver, primarily the Barracuda Message Archiver because a colleague recommended it, but I don't know if I will be able to sell it to management.

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OK just asking since this topic seems misplaced then. I have not tried using Exchange or a physical email client in a domain before.

I'm looking up some things, check them out. I don't know if they are of any help. :unsure:
http://technet.micro...y/cc178946.aspx
http://www.microsoft...ang=en&id=16760
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I am going to probably go the archiver route, there doesn't seem to be a good way to do this via exchange server side.

Thanks for the help!




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