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I have enabled Online Archive Mailbox for user with particularly large mailbox.
It move all off his messages that are 2 years or older to Archive as expected.

Only then he realized that he uses notes daily that were moved now to Archive.
Whenever he copies tham back to "notes" folder in outlook they get archived as multiple copies again and again.

Is there a way to change retention policy so it does not archive some folders or so that it archives only specified folders?
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