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Old 02-15-2013, 10:49 AM
oregonpal oregonpal is offline Emails deleted from "Trash" after 24 hours Windows 7 32bit Emails deleted from "Trash" after 24 hours Office 2010 32bit
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I've been to Acct Settings > Change > More Settings and in Deleted there is no indication to NOT delete emails after 24 hours in Trash. I have scoured the Outlook options and can't find how to stop this practice.



My account is Charter Communications, IMAP settings, and the emails
are disappearing from their Webmail Trash as well.

I used to have Outlook 2007 and never had a problem. Installed 2010 back in August and it has been a headache ever since. Just now finding/making time to try and fix this.

Thanks!
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