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how to setup autoarchive for exchange mailboxes

Posted on 2008-10-21
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would like to setup autoarchive for exchange 2003 clients mailboxes to their U Drive on the server to allow backup of archives.
Would like to the exact steps to do this and woudl like to know what folder or file will be created on the u drive for the archive pst.  Thanks in advance
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In outlook, go to tools > options > other > auto archive. You will see the area to designate the path you want the archive to go to. The actual file will be archive.pst.
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i want to this via group policy.
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concluded as per ms that autoarchive on exchange is a bad idea.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297019/en-us
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