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How to autoarchive only the sent folder in Outlook 2003?

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Hi There JP,

I found the following for you : Here

Am I understanding the question correctly by restating it as "I want to use AutoArchive, but only for one folder and no others"?

If so, this can be done. However, you need to manually disable AutoArchive on all other folders. The easiest way is to move to Folder List, and right click on each folder (Contacts, deleted, inbox, sent items etc) choose properties, and click the AutoArchive tab. Then choose "Do not archive items in this folder".

Then make sure that the folder you want to archive (Calendar) has "Archive items using the default settings".

Hope this helps !
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