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Improving Your Outlook

One way you can put AutoArchive to work for you is by using it to archive items related to a specific project. If you use rules and categories to keep all items for a specific project in one folder, it's easy to run AutoArchive for that folder when you have completed the project.

For example, Leslie is the Credit Manager for a large corporation. She receives information through email on her company's customers. Each of Leslie's top 20 customers has its own folder within her mailbox on the Exchange server. The types of emails Leslie might receive include invoices, promises to pay, and contact information for each of the customers. However, there is eventually turnover in the company's customer base. One of the larger customers leaves to do business with a competitor. Company policy states that all communications with a customer related to credit must be retained for 5 years. However, Leslie does not want the folder to remain in her Exchange mailbox for that long; it's only taking up space and she does not need to access it any longer. She can use AutoArchive to help her with this problem.


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