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Autoarchive Outlook - auto apply to new subfolders?

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Is there a way to force Outlook or Exchange to auto apply or inherit settings from parent root folder each time a new folder is created within Outlook?   Currently a new folders are given "Do Not Archive items in this folder", however this should be "Archive items in this folder using the default settings".  This needs to be applied to all users in a domain and be reapplied each time a new folder is created.

Outlook 2010, Exchange 2007.
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Mohammed Rahman earned 1000 total points
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You may get a script to enable archiving to the required folders and push that to all users. I am not sure how to create a script. You may post a question in the script zone.
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