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You may consider creating a "Retention" Policy for your document Library : Go to the doc lib settings, and choose "Information management policy settings". Then select "Enable Retention" and configure it by adding stages (you can send the file to the bin in one stage, after a given period from file creation). If "Information management policy settings" is ...


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Deleting files is not an answer when a SharePoint library can contain millions of files without any performance issues. List View threshold is not about the number of items in a list. It is more about the views. The number of items returned by a particular view should not exceed it as it causes performance issues. You should instead look to filter your views ...


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If you're using SharePoint 2010 or newer you could possibly look into Information Management Policy. Policy and Retention in SharePoint Server 2010 - should still apply for SP2013 on-premise. It is however date based. Otherwise a timerjob is a pretty solid alternative as you control the circumstances of when to do what.


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As per MSFT the limit of items in a Library (including folder) is 30M, that's mean if you have the 1 folder in your document library that can contain upto 30M items. But real Catch is the List View Threshold, which is 5000 items per view( you can change it on prem). So if your library having more than 5K items then you have to filter the items in a way that ...


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The answer directly from MS: Documents - 30,000,000 per library - Supported You can create very large document libraries by nesting folders, or using standard views and site hierarchy. This value may vary depending on how documents and folders are organized, and by the type and size of documents stored. Software boundaries and limits for ...



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