My company uses a product called "Janitor" along with Microsoft Exchange.
Read messages in your "in" basket are kept for 30 days. Unread messages for
50 days. Messages in your "sent" basket are also kept for 30 days.
For messages that you wish to keep for a longer period of time, you can
create an unlimited amount of "folders" under your main mailbox and drag
and drop the messages to their applicable folder. These messages are kept
for one year.
For messages that you wish to keep for longer than one year, it is
recommended that you save them as word documents on your hard or shared
To date, since the installation of Janitor, I have not experienced a hold or
limit on the number or size of documents received or sent.
Hope this helps!
> From: Patrick Cunningham[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 7:12 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: E-mail Management
> I'm taking an informal poll here.
> If your company imposes any sort of limits on e-mail,
> could you respond (preferably to the list for all to
> see) with answers for any or all of the following:
> How large (in terms of disk space) can your e-mail box
> be before your account is disabled or you are
> otherwise forced to clean up e-mail?
> How long is e-mail retained by your system (for
> systems that treat all e-mail equally)?
> What is the maximum message size? (Either in terms of
> actual message length or including any attachments.)
> What is the maximum message size when multiple
> recipients are involved?
> Some or all of these questions may be answerable. I'm
> only interested in responses from folks whose
> companies have, in fact, imposed any of these limits.
> We're in the midst of arm wrestling our user base to
> get their e-mail under control and I'm looking for
> some benchmarking.
> On this topic, there was an interesting article last
> week in Computerworld:
> Thanks in advance.
> Patrick Cunningham, CRM
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