[ngw] Cleanup options and restrictions
JBrugaletta at braytonlaw.com
Tue Oct 6 20:06:01 UTC 2015
You cant auto-archive an email via gw client if the retention bit is enabled on the po/domain/user and the email hasn't been retained yet.
Daniel.. also, if an email is unread, it wont get auto-archived.. keep that in mind with your strategy.
Only sure fire way to prevent this and to archive email is to get a Nexic/Retain option (Im sure theres many others).
>>> "Stephen Hesser" <shesser at arandpartners.com> 10/6/2015 8:32 AM >>>
Are you using a 3rd party archive solution or native GroupWise archive? You can set a retention bit on mail in C1 under client options settings but I'm not sure if native archiving will allow the mail to be moved to the archive due to the bit being set. We use a 3rd party solution that clears the bit when it's archived, the mail can then be emptied from the trash at that point.
>>> "Daniel Wells" <Daniel.Wells at mhtn.com> 10/6/2015 10:13 AM >>>
I would like to be able to restrict the ability for a user to empty their trash. This is the one way to defeat the archive of email. For us email is archived when it is 7 days old, this allows a user to get the email into the correct location before archiving. Trash is automatically dumped after 10 days. But if they delete the email then empty their trash, this defeats the archive.
To keep this from happening, I want to be able to keep the users from emptying their trash. Is this possible?
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