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outlook notes 2007

Posted on 2011-03-08
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  i am having SBS exchange 2003,   i have recently archived my one of the users outlook(2007) mails. aftre archiving some of the notes went to archived mails notes folder . so i dragged and dropped in main exchange outlook account notes folder .
but after some times they dissapeared . how can i retrive them .
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So am I'm guessing the notes are being re-archived. If you don't want notes to archive you have to disable it on the notes folder. In Outlook, switch to the notes or folder view. Then right click on the notes folder and choose properties. On the Autoarchive tab. Select the "Do not archive items in this folder".  
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Once you've disabled the autoarchiving, you should be able to move the notes back to the original folder without fear of them being archived again.
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