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Auto Archive Completed tasks in Outlook 2007

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Is there a way to have completed tasks archived automatically&so it pulls it off the open task list?

I know can change the view to show only open tasks, but I like the view that shows me the tasks and who I assigned them to.  
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There is no way of getting Auto Archive to only clear completed tasks, as it is based only on date. What you need is some VBA Script to do this - there's a good example, and some more links here: http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-1841451.php

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