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archive here, archive there - how to combine them

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Have user that archived his mail to a local drive, then changed locations to his
network drive.  They are different.  Both contain needed information.
How do I combine them?

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Simplest way:  Copy and paste docs from one archive to the other, then remove the unnecessary archive.
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Low tech can be the best tech, ey?
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HapppyFunBall
One last one ...
What if there are documents that are contained in both.  Will
I get two copies?
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by:HappyFunBall
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yes, your best bet is to sort the All Docs view by date on both databases and see if you can avoid making duplicates
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