Moving archived email back to the server

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Lotus notes 8.5...  I have an archive of my old mail saved.  My new mail is still on the LN server.  I now want to move the archive (old mail) back onto to server.  Is there a easy way to do it.

Thanks for any help

Jim



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ASKED: April 25, 2012  12:36 AM
UPDATED: April 25, 2012  3:11 PM

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  • Gabe9527
    You can COPY and Paste them back - this would cause issues if you use blackberry etc if they go back into the inbox. You could use a SIMPLE copyto agent. but basically it is easy to move them out..... just as easy to put back but they would be new documents. It all depends what else you use and the possible implications of the agents.
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