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Wanting to follow Daimlers lead re: deleting emails when out of office is on

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#1 ayupmiduck


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Posted 01 September 2014 - 07:34 AM

Hi, following seeing an interesting article:




I was wondering if anyone is able to advise of a way that we can delete emails automatically when our work out of office assistant is activated on outlook 2013.


Please and thank you in advance.



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Posted 01 September 2014 - 01:20 PM

Another article discussing this company's new policy says that they can also automatically forward the e-mails to someone that is not on vacation.  That could be important in certain lines of work - such as health care.




That article also states that the autodeletion occurs thanks to an application the company wrote.


At this point, without such an application, I think the only way to delete everything would be to do so upon return.


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