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Disable auto archive across Exchange domain?

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Does anyone know a Group Policy setting, or a Exchange Server 2007 setting that will disable Auto Archive across the entire Exchange org?
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If you load the .adm or .admx file for your version of Outlook, there should be a setting there among those policies that will allow you to disable auto archiving.  I know that it exists for Outlook 2003, anyway, although I haven't checked the Outlook 2007 group policies.
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Have a look here and you'll find all that you need.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179124(TechNet.10).aspx

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You want to look into Retention Settings. This allows you to set and control - at the domain level through Group Policy - Outlook's behaviour when it comes to archiving and retaining old email.

Please read the article on this, including step by step instructions on enabling these features, at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179124(TechNet.10).aspx#section1.
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