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OO 10.70 - Simulate Outlook Web Login or any other way to clear deleted items folder?

Hi!

Can OO simulate Outlook Web login? My purpose is to clear my Deleted items folder upon logout (I configured it to do so) so mailbox won't get full...

Thanks in advance.

Don

In IT there is no Magic, just Logic ^_^
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Re: OO 10.70 - Simulate Outlook Web Login or any other way to clear deleted items folder?

Business Applications / Library / Operations / Exchange / Mailbox seems interesting.

 

--Chris

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Re: OO 10.70 - Simulate Outlook Web Login or any other way to clear deleted items folder?

Hi Chris!

Thanks for the response but I have gone thru that path and none of the available steps provided answer to my problem...

Regards,

Don

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Re: OO 10.70 - Simulate Outlook Web Login or any other way to clear deleted items folder?

Perhaps you could share the problem a little more fully? As I understand it, you want to be able to run a flow that mimics the steps that OWA takes when a user logs out: that is to say, empty the Deleted Items folder on logout?

 

My thoughts in suggesting the operations would be to have a flow simply delete the items in the deleted items folder, but that's my assumption on what the problem is.

Thoughts?

 

--Chris

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Dondon22 Respected Contributor.
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Re: OO 10.70 - Simulate Outlook Web Login or any other way to clear deleted items folder?

Yes you are correct:

As I understand it, you want to be able to run a flow that mimics the steps that OWA takes when a user logs out: that is to say, empty the Deleted Items folder on logout?

I'm trying to find a step that can delete emails in a specific folder...

-Don

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