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Archive messages from my Exchange Server

Posted on 2012-03-16
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I'm looking for a way or a solution to define maximum mailbox sizes in Exchange and when my user reaches x amount of size it will automagically archive their inbox to a separate location. And the archiving process should delete it from the Exchange server.

Bonus points if my users can somehow access the archived mail items if needed without me having to interfere.

Any ideas?
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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if you are looking for native exchange function than no.

if you are looking for alternative software, like symantec enterprise vault, it has stubbing function that function when it reach a certain percentage left on the mailbox.

Stubbing was an effective mechanism then because it allowed administrators to offload data from stressed mailbox databases running on expensive storage to cheaper storage running in a HSM model
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