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Deleting emails permanently older than 1 year old in outlook 2010

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Trying to setup in Outlook 2010 client, a permanent deletion of emails older than 1 year old.  Please advise.  Thank you in advance
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Sorry gave you an old link. Use the new links from AdrienneSperber.

This was the correct link:
http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/outlook-2010-auto-archive-email-messages/

You must choose

Permanently delete old items
and change 6 Months to 12.
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