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Request for an event that deletes mailbox messages, similar to GDW_Document_Purge and GDW_ExtData_Delete
Request for an event that deletes mailbox messages, similar to the GDW_Document_Purge and GDW_ExtData_Delete events that allow deleting documents and external data files by configurable criteria (e.g. mailbox name, partner code, direction, status, age).
This is not possible for mailbox messages. Currently, the only way to remove mailbox messages is to archive them (using the global mailbox purge option is not feasible). However, our data passes through several mailboxes during processing and it is not necessary to archive every single mailbox as the data is a) redundant, or b) can be reprocessed by restoring the message from the first or last mailbox. The benefit of deleting vs. archiving is that deleting is faster and does not use up any disk space for the ARV files.
This request was already submitted as per the old ER procedure: ICN Number: Â Â 0234168 Enhancement Request Number: Â Â Â 381322 Date of Submission: Â Â Â Â 12th June 2013 Support ID: Â Â Â Â 40588,021,724
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