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    Hi,

    mails within the trash folder will not be purged.

    I had read al lot of forum threads but I could not find I solution.

    zmprov ga user@my.domain | grep -i Lifetime

    zimbraAuthTokenLifetime: 2d
    zimbraMailDumpsterLifetime: 30d
    zimbraMailMessageLifetime: 0
    zimbraMailSpamLifetime: 30d
    zimbraMailTrashLifetime: 21d
    zimbraPasswordLockoutFailureLifetime: 1h
    zimbraPrefInboxReadLifetime: 0
    zimbraPrefInboxUnreadLifetime: 0
    zimbraPrefJunkLifetime: 0
    zimbraPrefSentLifetime: 0
    zimbraPrefTrashLifetime: 21d

    zmprov gacf | grep -i zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval

    zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval: 1m

    zmprov gs myserver.my.domain | grep -i zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval

    zimbraMailPurgeSleepInterval: 1m

    For older version of Zimbra NE there had been a cron job but I could not find one for the current version.

    Is there something missing?

    Thanks for reply,

    Harry

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    Does anybody know how to solve this problem?
    Thanks for help
    Harry

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    It works fine for me but your setting for zimbraPrefTrashLifetime should not be less than 30 days, see this wiki entry and I don't think that's changed in recent versions.
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    Thanks, but it does not work for me. I changed the values.
    Is there any server process or log entry to see that a "purge process" is/were running?
    Harry

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry12345 View Post
    Thanks, but it does not work for me. I changed the values.
    You've modified it in both the account and COS?

    Quote Originally Posted by harry12345 View Post
    Is there any server process or log entry to see that a "purge process" is/were running?
    Harry
    Yes, you'll find the 'purge' output in the log files.
    Last edited by phoenix; 03-20-2012 at 06:02 AM.
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    It was only changed in the account.

    A look at mailbox.log shows a lot of entries like this:
    2012-02-07 11:56:19,389 INFO [MailboxPurge] [name=username@my.domain;mid=3;] purge - Purging messages.
    But the trash folder still gets not purged.
    The oldest mail is from Oct 7th, 2011.

    Regards,
    Harry

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    Does anybody has a solution?
    My trash folder will not be purged automatically.
    Thanks,
    Harry

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    Same problem here...

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    Heya

    This is kinda what I want, but wrong

    I'll explain, how do I purposely exclude a folder from purge?
    Let's say archives?

    Mozzi

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    When it is not possible to purge the trash folder automatically, is there a script which could be run manually?
    Thanks for reply,
    Harry

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