Here is an idea: Use Windows Explorer and go into the MAIL subdirectory (where all the users' mail files are stored). Sort the file list by last modified time. See which files have not been touched in a while. If you are not using Windows (and are using AS/400, Linux, etc. instead) use their equivalent command to get a directory file list.
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