• Outlook 2003 email storage and indexing

    Is there some method to store and index previously sent and received emails by using a search key?  I am looking for some way to organize emails which would allow a search over multiple directories/personal folders based on a subject keyword or mail recipient. 

    John542115 pointsBadges:
  • Lost Archive in outlook 2003

    the archive folder says "the operation failed. The object cannot be found. how do i close the archive folder in outlook if i moved the pst.

    EInglsbee25 pointsBadges:
  • What method of e-mail archiving do you use in your organization?

    Do you employ one tool or a series of tools to archive your organization's e-mail? Is bumping against the storage quota a frequent problem for your users?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2010 Archiving features

    Has anyone used the archiving features in Exchaneg 2010? How do they compare against other 3rd party solutions?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise Vault icons Exchange 2007

    I am using Exchange 2007 and Outlook 2007, and I need to cancel all my e-mails which are pending for archiving in Enterprise Vault! Is it possible to make a search with the criteria to search after the icon "pending archiving"?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • What 3rd party do you recomend for exchange 2003 and 2007 archiving

    Trying to keep size of store small as possible, need to keep store size below 75gb I read negatives on stubs, and negatives on journaling;  which will be better at keeping store size managed and still allow upgrading in th future

    RobertOzone5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Email Archiving solutions

    Does anyone with experience using email archiving systems for Microsoft Exchange have a recommendation?

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • Email Archiving products

    I am looking for an email archiving product that can archive mailboxes of 500 GB, what products should I consider?

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for email archiving solution

    Archiving solution for Email; File Server; and Sharepoint, including journaling for Email and eDiscovery capabilities. Currently have 1700+ mailboxes on 4 exchange servers most over 1GB, some as high as 16GB, no storage policy in place today, running most access to outlook via Citrix. total mailbox...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • can’t find autoarchived emails — not in *pst folder

    I chose to autoarchive my emails but discovered that they are not in my archived folders. I went into "properties" for both my archived folders inbox and sent folders and saw that this was selected: do not archive items in this folder. I don't know where these emails were archived to...

    Jiyoungz5 pointsBadges:
  • Archiving Messages via Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003

    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...

    KP5 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus Notes Archive database

    How do you refresh an archive database that was once 1 Gig in size but now cleaned out and should be showing as only 1/3 in size?

    RVCA5 pointsBadges:
  • In Outlook 2007 can you map your inbox to autoarchive with the same folders/layout?

    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...

    Lbp3875 pointsBadges:
  • Archiving Emails on a CD

    I use Microsoft Office Outlook. How do I store (archive) all my email from 2008 on a CD and have them completely removed from my computer? I want them to be formatted of the CD in a way that I can insert the cd and with ease open the emails and not have to reload the emails or change the format or...

    Adventuredev55 pointsBadges:
  • Mail Box Backup

    Hai all!!! 1) How is the mail box going to be created in Exchange 2003 "I mean only one centralized mail box for all users or different mail boxs for different users". 2)How can I backup the mail box of users in Exchange 2003 enviornment. 3) How can I keep a copy on all mails on the server backup...

    Akheel0 pointsBadges:
  • Is anyone using Dell MessageOne for email continuity and archiving?

    I am tasked with gathering information and comparing Dell's MessageOne archiving and email continuity service, and compare it with our current Symantec Enterprise Vault. This is fairly difficult, because MessageOne is still fairly new, and it will be impossible to find someone that has used both....

    Nevermore92955 pointsBadges:
  • Stubbing support in MS exchange server

    Does MS Exchange server have a built in support for stubbing(body & attachments)? If not then how do we implement it? Thanks in advance.

    Asoni1215 pointsBadges:
  • Is there anywhere in my pc to access exactly what was read and/or typed in an email…other than actually accessing the email?

    Is there anywhere in my pc to access exactly what was read and/or typed in an email...other than actually accessing the email?

    Amerika115 pointsBadges:
  • Archiving Emails in Outlook 2007

    When archiving emails in Outlook 2007, some emails are left behind.

    Guy7810 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook Archive

    Some users - Laptop - are unable to archive reliably. Their access is RPC/HTTPS but even logging in from test server in Oultook as their user gives unreliable archiving - i.e premature end.

    Gwmtl10 pointsBadges:

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