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Does anyone know of a way to effectively archive a public calendar on exchange 2003? I have a calendar that i allow all my end users to view and make additions to with over 6000 entries.

I would like to archive those old appointments but not delete them.

Alternatives?
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All archiving options involve Outlook.
Where do you want to put them? In to another folder somewhere?
If so, just use Outlook. Change the view to "Category" which will make a list, then you can select the ones that you want and move in the usual way.

Simon.
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Yes but if i want it to remain publically available for records sake is the issue...
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You haven't said where the content is or where you want it to go.
Having the information available publicly isn't a problem, you would need to either move it to another folder, or a public folder or another mailbox.

Simon.
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