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Archiving Public Folders but having that archive accessible to multiple recipients

Posted on 2006-06-23
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Here's the scenario

Want to archive all messages in a public folder older than a certain period (e.g. 12, 18 months) so moving the data from the Exchange Store
The data will not be accessed that regularly and mainly for reference
The public folder is accessible to let's say 10 members
Want all those 10 members to be able to access the archived messages

What are the best ways to approach this given that PST files are only built to be accessed by one user?

Thanks

Paul

P.S  Are there third party utilities that have a way to do what trying to achieve?
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You will be looking at a web based solution. Check out the solutions at GFI (Mail Archiver), Quest (http://www.quest.com) and Zantaz (http://www.zantaz.com/)

The quest system will not be automatic as it is a journaling application, but you can import the contents of a pst file to that system, so you could do a two step process - export to a pst and then import in to GFI.

Simon.
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