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Posted on 2013-06-13
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i added another person postbox to my outlook.(administrator gave me rights)
I used :
    1.click E-Mail Accounts.
    2.Click View or change existing e-mail accounts, and then click Next.
    3.In the list, click the Exchange account type..
    4.Click More Settings, and then click the Advanced tab.
    5. Click Add, and then type the mailbox name .

NOW ,i can read his mails.And he has many Folders under his mailbox.
+Customer
   +customer1
+Customer Big
    +customerbig1

my question is: I would like to make one of his Folder Archive with date (Customerbig1) under his (Customer Big).I mean after my archive ,folder must so seen:
+Customer
   +customer1
+Customer Big
    +customerbig1
     +Archivecustomerbig1      --->This the archive from +customerbig1.

I do but archive always comes out under my postbox.

Can someone help pls?
Thanks
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Question by:apollo-13
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by:Michael Machie
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Since the archive is contained within a separate data file,  this is completely normal behavior. You cannot place it within your Inbox or within a sub-folder.
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by:apollo-13
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thank for info.
Actually this is not my inbox. I added another person postbox to my outlook how i explained above.

Please give a solution or idea how can i can i do that?
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by:Michael Machie
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Did you manually create a new Data File when making the archive? I assume that is what you did.

Unless you are using the Online Archiving available in Exchange2010, the archive is a data file held locally on the computer on which it was created (yes, you can create one on a network share if you want but the behavior will be the same). Since this is a separate Data file it will always show in Outlook as a separate folder from any mailbox, including the other person's email you have accessed. In addition to this, that User would not have access to the Archive you created, since it is a local file to that specific computer, unless you placed it onto a Shared Network drive and opened the Data file from the Network location.

**You cannot move this Archive Data file, or the Exchange 2010 Online Archive, into any Mailbox folder or sub-folder, yours or theirs, to accomplish what you stated.**

You CAN, however, create another sub-folder with the name you want in the location you want - but anything in that folder will count towards the Inbox size limits and would not be an actual 'Archive' as designed by Microsoft.
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by:apollo-13
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can i do smtgh ? or other idea
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by:Michael Machie
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I apologize but I do not know what 'smtgh' stands for.
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by:apollo-13
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oh so sorry ""something":))

Can i do something for my archiv idea?
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Michael Machie earned 500 total points
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Not that I can think of, sorry. I really have thought about this in-depth over the past 3 days, and tried some other 'tricks', because this would be great if possible. Also, considering that no one else has posted here I highly doubt anyone else has other suggestions, or they would have posted them.

I wish I had a better answer.
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