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Group Policy to disable Outlook 2007 Auto-Archive

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Is there a way to set up a group policy to disable the Auto-Archive feature of Outlook 2007?  My users connect to our Exchange server, so there is no reason for them to archive locally.  I'd like to push out a GP to disable this globally.  Or is this sort fo thing better done with a logon script?  I don't have much experience writing scripts, so I am not sure hwo to add that to our current logon script.  Any help is much appreciated.
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Hi smoker49,

Have a look at Configure retention settings and AutoArchive in Outlook 2007
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179124.aspx


Good Luck!

Gary
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Perfect!  That admin template was cake to use, and Auto Archive is now disabled in my AD.  Thanks for the help!
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Glad to help!
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