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If Autoarchiving is set from a workstation to place the archive.pst file on the server....will archiving take place even when the user is not logged on?...(Would this be an Exchange setting to have archiving happen at any time...without user interaction?)

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No, autoarchiving is a client function. Therefore, it takes place only when the user is running Outlook.
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Not only must the user be running Outlook but must also be logged on and connected to the server where the archive is to be written.

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The only way you can have autoarchiving continue happening (maybe) is if you're using NT or Win2K and the user leaves the machine locked (i.e. not really logged out) and Outlook running.
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Thanks for the comments everyone...

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