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Autoarchiving user created folders

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Many of my users create their own sub folders (under inbox,etc)After setting AutoArchiving both globally and at the folder level and running "Archive all folders according to their AutoArchive settings" none of the user created folders and items get archived all other do. Using Outlook 2000 with Exchange Server 5.5. Any ideas?
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Remember that archiving is based on the Modified date on items, not the Sent or Received date. If users are moving items to folders, it's quite possible that not enough time has elapse to make them eligible for AutoArchiving.
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In my testing of 2 day Autoarchive I had neglected to check the modified date. Once the modified date was older than 2 days the archiving took place.
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