I need to basically get a copy of a users inbox and delete everything in it. They will continue to use the inbox, but will not have any historical email. I normally use the "export" to pst file feature in Outlook, however my boss told me to use "archive" because it moves the email to a pst and removes it from the email server and inbox.
I tried doing the archive method, it made a pst, but it kept everything in the inox. This is using Outlook 2007. Isn't it supposed to delete everything?
Also, I tested attaching both a export .pst and an archived pst and it looks like not all of the email is in the archived .pst, however the export is an exact copy. Why the difference?