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Archived emails into a pst folder

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hi everyone,

I have a user who is leaving the company and wants to put certain emails into a folder which can be passed to one of his colleagues.

The problem is a lot of these emails have been archived by our EAS system.  He can put these archived emails into a folder but all you can see is the headers of these emails.

Does anybody know another way of doing this or a way of doing this correctly if there is a way?

We use Outlook 2003 on Exchange Server 2007.

Thanks for any help and if there is any info I have missed out here please let me know.

Mike
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I would assume that the current user can see and retrieve the archived emails.  Can't you jsut give the new user permissions to that system/folder?
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