Posts Tagged ‘$recycle.bin’

Recently had a user who’s accepted meeting requests were going straight to their Deleted items instead of being displayed in their Inbox

  • Checked in Mail and Calendars settings in Outlook which all were the default
  • Checked Delegate Permissions for the user
  • Check the Rules inside of Outlook Nothing there

Closing all Outlook windows and trying this again , the accepted meeting request still went the deleted items in Webmail which showed this was server side not Outlook/Client Side.  

Turns out there was a specific Webmail Server side Inbox rule/filter doing this which was not displayed in the Outlook Client. Disabling this resolved the issue

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User’s in an environment had their Recycle Bin redirected , however whenever you tried to delete large items for the users remotely it would not let you and the size of the folder / file would show as 0KB

This is obiously a change in Windows 10 / Server 2012 how it stores these files as in Windows 7 / 2008 R2 you could delete selectged items

The work around is to delete the whole $recycle.bin Redirected Folder and this will get recreated next time the user deletes something.

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