Exchangel slow when updating deleted items
Those tags include: 1 Month Delete 1 Week Delete 1 Year Delete 5 Year Delete 6 Month Delete Default 2 year move to archive Deleted Items Junk Email Never Delete Personal 1 year move to archive Personal 5 year move to archive Personal never move to archive Recoverable Items 14 days move to archive The Default MRM Policy applies to every mailbox unless the administrator decides to create his own policy with a different set of retention tags. The newly created retention tag hasn’t been applied to any user mailboxes yet.The administrator must next add the retention tag to a retention policy (a group of retention tags with different settings), which he then applies to user mailboxes. He has created a retention tag (a schedule) and added the retention tag to a retention policy (a list of schedules).And after receiving thousands of messages, few want to deal with filing or deleting them. The Inbox soon has several thousand messages accumulated over years.
Online Archive folders are also not searchable unless you specifically select an archived folder.
After months or years of neglected management, Outlook slows down or is constantly syncing and never catches up.
One day it stops altogether or the database gets corrupt and needs repairing.
Searching Outlook using the All Mailboxes option warns Outlook will not search online archives.
Q: My Outlook has been running really slow, and I finally figured it’s probably because my Inbox and Deleted Items files are huge.