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Old 12-07-2014, 08:14 AM
Dzoni665 Dzoni665 is offline Outlook settings Windows 8 Outlook settings Office 2013
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Hello guys. I am new here and i have one quesiton which is very important for me.
I have one account in outlook with activated option to leave copy on server and delete mail after 14 days. Question is:
Does it delete mails from server even if that account didnt download it (on mail server we have mails from 5 years ago) or just mails only which it downloaded in outlook from time when it is installed on PC?

Microsoft Outlook 2010.

If i didnt explain correctly, just ask me what you did not understand. Thanks.
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Old 12-11-2014, 12:33 AM
GerryLu GerryLu is offline Outlook settings Windows 7 32bit Outlook settings Office 2010 32bit
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It will only deleted after client download, since the delete operation is done by your mail client.
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