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DATE CHANGE: June 18, 2010: 30-day-old E-mail in Trash will be Deleted

Audience: University of Minnesota Community
Action: Do not store important e-mail in Trash; University OIT will not restore it
URLs: http://www.oit.umn.edu/email/autofiling/
Contact: 1-HELP (612-301-4357)

DATE CHANGE: Beginning June 18, 2010: trash older than 30 days to be deleted, trash no longer archived

The e-mail trash deletion date originally scheduled for May has been rescheduled for June 18. Please be aware that effective June 18, all messages marked as Trash that are older than 30 days will be permanently deleted. Please see http://www.oit.umn.edu/email/autofiling/ for more information.

Do not store important e-mail in your trash folders. Once trash e-mail is deleted, the University OIT will not restore it.

University Services

* E-mail

Explanation

This practice will make available a significant amount of additional storage space and enhance system performance and user response time for the central e-mail system. In addition, it will also better align University practices with general best practices for e-mail services followed by Google and service providers in the education and public sectors.

More Information

If you have questions, http://www.oit.umn.edu/email/autofiling/ or contact 1-HELP (612-301-4357).

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