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The sweep feature lets the Vocera Voice Server clean up voice messages, text messages, and email messages at regular intervals that you specify.
It also removes temporary user accounts on an expiration date that you specify in the Add/Edit User dialog box. When a sweep occurs, the Vocera Voice Server performs the following tasks:
It deletes messages regardless of whether the user has played or read them, unless they have been saved.
It deletes all information about a temporary user from the database.
The sweeps are permanent—users cannot access messages after the Vocera Voice Server sweeps them. Similarly, temporary users who have been removed cannot log in after a sweep occurs.
Independent of the sweep mechanism, the Vocera Voice Server also limits the combined total of text and email messages each individual can store or save.
Each user can store up to 20 combined text and email messages at a time. When a user receives a 21st message, the Vocera Voice Server deletes the oldest unsaved message.
Each user can save up to ten of the 20 stored messages.
In the Sweep Time section, specify the time of the day when you want the sweep to occur. The default sweep time is 1 a.m.
In the Sweep Age section, specify the amount of time you want to elapse before the Vocera Voice Server sweeps messages.
The default sweep age is 2 weeks.
To set the Sweep options: