First: Forgive me if you already got this message, but I am REALLY in a bind. If someone could help me, I would really appreciate it.
I am working for a corporate office that has their spam mail filtered by our ISP, which then sends all of the mail it accumulates to a single mailbox on our e-mail server called ?spam.? We are using an Exchange 2k server with SP3. Currently, there are 4.5 Gb of data in the ?users? mailbox.
My boss wants me to find a way to do a couple of things:
(1) Delete a large amount of mail in the ?users? inbox (3.5 Gb +) other then the ExMerge utility. (It always dies after it cleans out 120 ? 150 Mb of data).
(2) Be able to auto delete all files that are 35 days or older.
Is there a way to do this? I have tried looking it up on Microsoft?s site, but I just get everything else but what I am looking for. I have a feeling that you need to use some sort of script(s), however, I don?t know squat about scripting (e.g.: ADO, WMI, VB, etc). I am not afraid of it, and I am willing to try, I just don?t know anything about scripting except for DOS batch files and *gasp* Novell login scripts.
Thanks in advance-
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