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How do I find the email deletion schedule so I can change what they have it set at?

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How do I find the email deletion schedule so I can change what they have it set at?

How do I change to the number of days my deleted email are held in the trash folder?  This apparently is a change from the old email and not knowing they changed it has caused me tons of problems.  I'm told there is a deletion schedule that can be accessed to make changes to the number of days it is held.  Where is that?

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Re: How do I find the email deletion schedule so I can change what they have it set at?

If you are still on the old email format, from the Inbox page go to Preferences>>>>>Email>>>>>Email Deletion Schedule.  If you are on the new format, the Trash folder is set at 7 days.  The Spam folder is set at 30.  You cannot change them.  All the other folders are set to retain messages indefinitely.  That said, if you delete a message, it is supposed to show up in the "Recover Deleted Items" feature for 15 days.  You access that by right-clicking on the Trash folder where you will see the option.




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