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Administration->Global settings page of the webui. In particular:
 
Administration->Global settings page of the webui. In particular:
  
G-1600 Expire old data after this many days  
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====G-1600 Expire old data after this many days====
  
 
This is the length of time a message will remain in the pending
 
This is the length of time a message will remain in the pending
 
quarantine before it is automatically expired.
 
quarantine before it is automatically expired.
  
G-1700 Expire messages marked as spam after this many days
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This is the expiry time for messages that are either trapped in the
 
This is the expiry time for messages that are either trapped in the
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was rejected.)
 
was rejected.)
  
G-1800 Expire messages marked as non-spam after this many days
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====G-1800 Expire messages marked as non-spam after this many days====
  
 
This is the expiry time for message placed in the non-spam quarantine
 
This is the expiry time for message placed in the non-spam quarantine
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Latest revision as of 14:09, 6 October 2014

The settings you are interested in are found on the Administration->Global settings page of the webui. In particular:

G-1600 Expire old data after this many days

This is the length of time a message will remain in the pending quarantine before it is automatically expired.

G-1700 Expire messages marked as spam after this many days

This is the expiry time for messages that are either trapped in the spam quarantine or are placed in the spam quarantine as the result of a message in the pending quarantine being rejected. (Note that this time is taken from when the message first came into CanIt not from when it was rejected.)

G-1800 Expire messages marked as non-spam after this many days

This is the expiry time for message placed in the non-spam quarantine as a result of accepting a message from the pending quarantine.(Note that this time is taken from when the message first came into CanIt not from when it was accepted.)