Archiving Messages via Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003

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Email archiving
Microsoft Exchange 2003
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We have recently switched to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook 2003. We have about 70 users and their mailboxes are getting pretty big. I would like to set up a rule that all messages older than 6 months are archived daily (but not only messages in the inbox and its subfolders, but entire Mailbox). I would like users to have access to the archived folders (I want them to see a mirrored version of their folders under Archived folders), but I want the archived data to be stored on the server, not on their individual machine. Is this possible to achieve via global policies or even manually by setting up archiving on individual machines.

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you can set the archive path to where ever you want on your network but i don’t know about doing it via global but i think it can be done.

my company uses one server at the home office for everybodies archived files because of paranoia about the new corporate laws governing email retention.

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