Originally Posted by paynet2128
Is there anyway to hardcode through IT-Policy the number of days an e-mail will remain on a HH? I have users that seem to think they need the last 5 years of e-mails on there device. I think 30 days is more then sufficient, but their the customer...
5 YEARS!? Are you freaking kidding me?! WTF is some crotchety old CEO gonna do with a 5 year old e-mail on his handheld? Refer to it for future technologies? Gimme a break.
Max message prepopulation count is 750. You can also set Message Duration in an IT Policy to -1. This will keep messages on the device forever. Besides, the memory on a device is usually limited. Tell Capt. Stubborn he doesn't want his "precious" to explode and send little bits of data everywhere. It's quite messy. Most non-technicial types are too stupid to really understand the true nature of sarcasm anyways.
PS: The correct terminology is: "...last 5 years of e-mails on THEIR
device..." and "I think 30 days is more then sufficient, but THEY'RE