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Posted on 2012-03-13
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hi

i would like to archive my emails in outlook but instead of moving them from my inbox to my archive folder is there a way to keep a copy in my inbox and a copy in my outlook mailbox.

right now archiving moves mail from the inbox to the archive pst.

thanks!!
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There isn't really an automated way of doing that except to set up a rule that copies the emails to your Archive. Archive folders are generally used to store email that you don't really need anymore, so the automated archiving systems move emails instead of copying. If you want a local copy of all your mail, you can create a rule that moves everything to a Local PST file to achieve that result.
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