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Archiving Individual Folders

Archiving older emails are brilliant. It’s like storing them in a trunk under your bed – they’re easily accessible, but out of your way.

You can turn archiving on in your Outlook (Tools>Options>Archive) if you don’t have it already on. Sorry, not in Outlook Express. Yes, Lotus has it.

If your company already has an archiving policy in place – here’s two handy tips:

  1. If you can’t find where your archives are stored:
    Right-click the Archive Folders folder in your Folder List. Click Properties for Archive Folders.
    Click Advanced, and then look at the File name box for where the data file location is.
  2. Do you have one or two folders you’d prefer more/less frequent archiving”? Here’s how:
    Select the folder that you want to change the frequency for. Right-click the folder. Select Properties. Select AutoArchive. On the File menu, click Archive.
    Make your selection

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