Archive folders


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gcotterl

My department's e-mail policy automatically purges items in the
"standard" folders (i.e., Inbox, Deleted Items, Sent Items, etc) when
the items become 6 weeks old.

However, the policy allows users to set-up archive folders which
contain items that need to be kept longer.

How do I create these archive folders?
 
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Peter Foldes

See your previous post

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gary

See your previous post

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Hi Peter,

(I deleted my previous post so let's use this one)

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
Part of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007

Gary
 
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Peter Foldes

Your previous post is not deleted it is still there with may reply

Anyway here is my reply again <sigh>

Which version of Outlook are you asking about (i.e. 2003, 2007, 2010 )



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See your previous post

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====================
Hi Peter,

(I deleted my previous post so let's use this one)

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
Part of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007

Gary
 
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gary

Your previous post is not deleted it is still there with may reply

Anyway here is my reply again <sigh>

Which version of Outlook are you asking about (i.e. 2003, 2007,  2010 )

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Hi Peter,

I deleted my OP ("Personal archive e-mail folders"); only your reply
remains.

I'm asking about Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (part of Microsoft
Office Professional Plus 2007)

Gary
 
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N. Miller

I deleted my OP ("Personal archive e-mail folders"); only your reply
remains.

Not sure how you "deleted" your OP, but many NNTP servers ignore cancels. I
am using my ISP (Sonic.net, LLC) news server ('news.sonic.net'), and found
your OP:

| Message-ID: <[email protected]>

So it is still available to the larger public using NNTP servers unrelated
to Google Groups.
 
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gary

Not sure how you "deleted" your OP, but many NNTP servers ignore cancels.I
am using my ISP (Sonic.net, LLC) news server ('news.sonic.net'), and found
your OP:

| Message-ID: <[email protected]>

So it is still available to the larger public using NNTP servers unrelated
to Google Groups.

groups.google.com has a "remove" option. I used it to delete my
original question (with subject: "Personal archive e-mail folders")
so, now only Peter's reply remains.








When I
 
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Diane Poremsky [Outlook MVP]

Since everyone else seems more interested in playing NNTP cop and
arguing about the other post you apparently made... here is the answer
you seek. (Sheesh... it takes less time to answer than it does to argue.)

You can configure AutoArchive in Tools, Options, Other tab - however, if
you use updated versions of Exchange, archiving might be unavailable.
Configure it to archive items less than 6 weeks old and apply to all
folders. It will create the archive pst for you.

If you prefer to 'archive' specific messages yourself or archive is not
available, make a new pst (File, New, Outlook Data file) and create
folders in it then use the move to folder command or drag mail to the
pst file that you want to keep.



Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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OutlookForums http://www.outlookforums.com
 

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