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I have a small site with Exchange 2010 / on SBS 2011 users are using Personal Archiving feature of Exchange/Outlook via Outlook 2010 retail with Office 2007 - works fine.

One staff member has just updated to a Window 8 Pro Laptop and I need to get a copy of Outlook 2013 that will work with Personal Archive

Tell me is http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msaus/en_AU/pdp/Outlook-2013/productID.260296900 the same as the Boxed Retail copy you would purchase instore ? (Outlook 2013 stand-alone) retail say - http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Technology/Software/Microsoft-Office/MS54305748

As im sure you are well aware Personal Archive requires a specific licensed copy of outlook 2013 as per link below.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/outlook-help/license-requirements-for-personal-archive-and-retention-policies-HA102576659.aspx

Note no volume licensing in-place at this site so im dealing with Outlook retail licenses.

With the new Laptop he purchased Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 which includes Outlook 2013 I've confirmed the archive is not visible, which is correct as per the table.

Could somebody please clear this up for me.
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The above is correct. This is the retail version of Outlook by itself, nothing else. It should work for the Personal Archive feature.

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Sorry one last thing being that Office Basic is installed which includes Outlook 2013, can I simply run the Outlook retail 2013 installer and install license. I could find no option to uninstall just Outlook 2013 from the initial Office installation.

Thoughts ?
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Yes you should be able to do that. make sure that you modified the current office basic install and remove Outlook from it. Then install the retail version. The above link is correct also.

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