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    praveen25 is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval users in memory

    I have my setting zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval for 1m and as per wiki it says 1440 users get purge run per day and only the users in memory get this done.How do the users get into memory? Does it depends on zimbraLastLogonTimestampFrequency (my setting is 365d). I somehow believe that all users trash is not getting purged wonder how do i check this?

    any suggestions / inputs on this is greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by praveen25 View Post
    I have my setting zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval for 1m and as per wiki it says 1440 users get purge run per day and only the users in memory get this done.How do the users get into memory? Does it depends on zimbraLastLogonTimestampFrequency (my setting is 365d). I somehow believe that all users trash is not getting purged wonder how do i check this?

    any suggestions / inputs on this is greatly appreciated.
    Hmm - if this is the case that only one user per minute gets purged, what happens in my case where I have over 8000 users? Does the process continue to those that didn't get caught the day before?

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