How to create an Outlook system that automatically archives team email conversations using rules and public folders.

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I’m trying to set up an Outlook system using rules and public folders that does the following: - Allows any member of a team to “tag” a team email conversation so all future emails from that conversation will be automatically copied to a public folder. - Anyone on the team who needs to quickly find info from a previous email conversation, can search within this folder folder to find it. Primary question I have is; What is the best way to "tag" these emails?

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Microsoft Outlook 2007

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  • mshen
    You might want to move your team discussions to SharePoint. It's designed for this type of collaboration and searchability. They have a free version if you don't want to purchase the enterprise edition.
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