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When using Microsoft Hosted Exchange, with an archive enabled mailbox, is there a way to view those archives when using Outlook 2010/2013 as the client? As opposed to using Outlook Web App?
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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Yes, it's visible by default (make sure you have the latest updates for Outlook). Only problem is with delegates - you need AutoMapping set to True to access another person's archive.
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-You will have to Install Desktop Setup Tool for Outlook 2007 & Outlook 2010.
-Windows OS should be updated.

You will be able to view the archive folder in Outlook application.

regards.
Jazz.
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