In Outlook 2007 can you map your inbox to autoarchive with the same folders/layout?

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Is there any way to map your inbox in Outlook 2007 to archive files and have autoarchive automatically archive to all of the individual folders in your inbox? It would be great if there were a way that when you created a new email subfolder in your inbox, it would automatically create an identical archive folder to then automatically autoarchive emails to. Is anyone aware of a 3rd party sofware that can do this?
ASKED: February 11, 2009  5:58 PM
UPDATED: February 13, 2009  3:04 PM

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Outlook should do this automatically. If you setup the AutoArchive settings to autoarchive automatically when it archives email from a folder it doesn’t have in the archive file it will create it then archive the email.

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When you set up auto archive, you also have to go into each subfolder and check “archive this folder”. Right-click the folder, go to properties, then go to the “AutoArchice” tab to change the setting. The subfolders have to be done individually one by one, they are not set up automatically.
~technochic

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