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Mailboxes still save space after deletion

Mailboxes still save space after deletion

Mailboxes still save space after deletion

I have deleted some mailboxes, but they still take space in the server, it seems that voice messages are still there in the server.
how can I free the space taken by these mailboxes ?

Thanks in advance

RE: Mailboxes still save space after deletion

Best to post which Callpilot system (and software level if you know)
On the 100/150 I would reboot the system.

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Toronto Canada

RE: Mailboxes still save space after deletion

You might not see the storage space cleaned up until the next after the system runs the Garbage Daemon.

RE: Mailboxes still save space after deletion

yes, thank you guys, I appreciate :)

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