Items you delete:
Exchange items you delete stay in the
Deleted Items folder for
thirty (30) days.
On day 31, deleted items move to a user-recoverable area for fourteen (14) days. Recover an itemAfter fourteen (14) days, items are permanently deleted.
Items manually deleted from the Deleted Items folder move to the user-recoverable area for fourteen (14) days.
Exchange mailbox items expire at
seven (7) years. Note the expiration date at the top of an email item. This includes messages in your Inbox, Sent Items, Drafts, Deleted Items, etc.Expired items automatically move to a user-recoverable area for fourteen (14) days.After fourteen (14) days, items are permanently deleted.
Notes do not have an expiration.
Personal folder items:
Personal folders are a feature of Outlook and reside
only on your computer.You cannot access personal folders from Piratemail.Personal folders are not subject to the ECU expiration rules.Items stored in a personal folder do not expire.
PLEASE NOTE: If an item older than seven (7) years is moved from a personal folder to the inbox, that item is again subject to the expiration rules and automatically moves to the user-recoverable are for fourteen (14) days.
Expired Exchange items are available for fourteen (14) days before permanent deletion. These instructions show you how to recover an item within the 14-day period.