Liste de diffusion Message #15145
De: David Thornton <>
Sujet: Re: Problems with Attachments
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 16:45:09 -0500
A: SIMS List <>
Is there any benefit to having SIMS store the users' mail in a folder vs. a
mailbox (or both)? I guess I've never tried the other way before; I've
tested a couple of things this afternoon and it looks like mail is properly
deleted from the server when stored in a mailbox file.

I like the script idea, but I may need to do it by hand to start with. I
think a script would need to follow the Finder's actions, and would likely
time out with the large numbers of files in these folders. Just opening some
of the folders with lots of files in them takes several minutes. Selecting
and trashing the files takes several more minutes per folder. The script
would be a good way to keep things clean once they are cleared out.

> At 12:24 PM -0500 9/29/05, David Thornton wrote:
>>> You have SIMS set for Unlimited mailbox size... but it seems you don't
>>>  actually want it to be unlimited. Change it to a smaller size. Or, make
>>>  sure the offending users haven't changed their mail client to allowing
>>>  email to stay on the server for more than 10 days. Possibly some of those
>>>  clients have set it to leave on the server forever (15,000 files in 10
>>>  days would be 1500 emails per day... those people must have some pretty
>>>  serious email activity if that number is really being collected in 10
>>>  days time)
>> My client (Entourage 11.1 on OS 10.3.9) is set up to delete messages from
>> the server when they are picked up (leave a copy on server is NOT checked),
>> yet my account folder had 500+ messages dating back to 2003. (This server is
>> used in a non-profit outfit, and I do volunteer admin, so I don't get much
>> mail at all through this system.) Shouldn't the server be dumping the files
>> associated with messages that have been downloaded to the client? Seems odd
>> that in my case it's still hanging onto them.
>> --
>> Dave
> I have seen similar on my SIMS.
> The problem usually is related to malformed email headers - in
> Eudora, such emails are marked with an "X" indicating incomplete
> downloads. Several of the lists I'm on routinely pass emails which
> don't get auto-deleted from the server.
> Perhaps you could write an applescript which would go into each user
> folder daily and delete anything older than 10 days (or maybe 15 to
> be safe)?

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