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Setting auto archive options in GPO

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Is there a way to set the options on auto archiving emails via a GPO?

Yes, I know PSTs are horribly evil and cause everything from nuclear war to halitosis, but I have a very limited budget and I am the entire IT department. I would like to do an archiving solution but all I have seen are expensive and hard / time consuming to implement.

I am running Exchange 2003 Server 2003, all the other servers are Server 2003, including the DC. Clients machines are running Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007, I am in the middle of upgrading email software, usually when machines get upgraded. Auto Archive doesn't seem to work consistently in OL 2003 even when set locally.

I want to set it so that OL auto archives anything over 120 days and anything over 1 MB. How do I do that?
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