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Outlook 2003 Pro Archving

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A user has a large mailbox (getting admin notification emails) and needs to reduce it.  We have an archiving policy in place to archive the emails to a mapped drive to ensure psts are backed up.  the user wants the ability to reduce the mailbox (arcvhive) but doesnt want to archive a particular folder.
can we add an exception to the list?

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Exclude user from the policy. That should fix the issue
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