[ngw] Mail moving to trash automatically 100 at a time.

Marvin Huffaker mhuffaker at redjuju.com
Thu Dec 15 19:36:56 UTC 2016

This user is not a GMS user and I am not aware of any other access points they are using (such as IMAP).. 

It happens on different client versions and different workstations for this particular user. It does not happen to other users on same workstations.


Marvin Huffaker
mhuffaker at redjuju.com
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>>> Laura Buckley <Laura at laurabuckley.co.za> 12/15/2016 11:41 AM >>>
Hi Marvin,

Is the user in question on GMS?

Please let us know,


Lifelong Learner


On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 8:40 PM, Marvin Huffaker <mhuffaker at redjuju.com>

> I have a really weird issue with a customer..    I have one user...  when
> the user logs in, the client will automatically delete 100 Messages from
> the mailbox. It doesn't archive them. It moves them to the trash.   Exactly
> 100 at a time.  It will do it on login, and then every 90 Seconds 100 more
> will move to trash.  I can undelete them / put them back into the mailbox,
> but it will just delete them again.   The weirdest part is that it is only
> affecting messages newer than 11/11/2016.  Anything older than that is not
> touched.. .
> So basically, any new mail that comes in ends up in the trash.   There are
> no rules.   I initially thought it was related to their
> auto-cleanup/archive settings but I have completely disabled that and it
> still happens.
> I have reset the client options and run a standalone gwcheck on the
> mailbox (standard options). This has not changed the behavior.
> There *ARE* about 50,000 messages in the user main mailbox..  However I
> have  dropped that number down by about 1300 (the same approx amount that
> are being moved to trash) and it still happens. Furthermore, I've only seen
> display issues on mailboxes with lots of items, not what seems to be a very
> deliberate delete action.
> What is happening?
> Marvin
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