There is not automated way to do it from the GUI.
You can write a batch file that goes in and deletes the files. Then use the
AT command to schedule it.
Example: Copy the test below to notepad and then save it as a .bat file.
cd \exchsrvr\mailroot\vsi 1\badmail\
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