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SBS Exchange 2003 - dropping calendar items

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SBS 2003 clients are Win XP SP3 with Office Pro 2010.  Public calendar in Exchange seems to be dropping/deleting events 60+ days old.  Events that are entered as recurring are intact, though.  Cannot find any settings in Outlook that might be filtering older events.

Are there settings in MExch SysMgr that I should be looking at?  We're trying to look for non-recurring appointments from 2010 and they're not there.

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Check if there is archiving enabled on the calendar.
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Thanks for the reply.  

Would that be within Outlook or in the Exchange System Manager?
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