Error while archiving folder "Deleted Items" in store "Archive". Access is denied.

I have searched for this solution here but no one seems to report the exact same error I am recieving.  This error line (below) is reported when trying to auto archive, not only for the "Deleted Items" but also for Sent Items, Calendar, Journal, and Tasks.  One note to mentions is that I put this machine on the domain last week and copied the users profile to his domain profile.  I moved his PST's over and mapped them in Outlook.  Then double checked that he has full permissions and ownership of the archive file.   My error follows:

Error while archiving folder "Deleted Items" in store "Archive". Access is denied. Verify the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not being used.
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Part of what is contained in the Outlook PST files is the GUIID of the user which is randomly generated when the user is created.  You should ALWAYS import ant PST's desired if they will be active to avoid problems.
You should rename that existing Archive.PST to something like OLD-Archive.PST, create a new archive, then either open the Old-Arhive if you only want read access or import it into the new archive.

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KingPezAuthor Commented:
Wow!  I guess that would have been good for me to know.  I did exactly what you said and it worked perfectly.  No more errors.  Thank you very much.  
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