Email Archiving settings in Outlook

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We use Exchange 2003, Outlook 2003 and Outlook Web Access. I am looking into email archiving and making sure everything is archived properly for legal perposes. I have 2 problems with Outlook - 1. I can't figure any way to set up auto-archive for Outlook Web Access users. 2. Users can change their own archive setting - Is there a way to stop users from being able to change email archive setting? Can I also change archive file locations? I'd like to be able to store archive files centrally. I've looked at Group Policy but didn't find a place to set a policy for these items. Thanks.
ASKED: April 3, 2006  12:37 PM
UPDATED: April 4, 2006  8:03 AM

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If you’re trying to comply with SOX then you need to capture all email traffic at the SMTP server level. You cannot rely on archiving from the client as mails can be altered this way, but if you capture every thing that’s going through your SMTP servers then you have everything that were sent into / out from / inside your comany. There are several of these solutions around. You also have the opportunity to write an event sink to copy all email to a safe location and archive it as you like and let users do what they want with their archive settings.

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