Turn off the automatic archiving feature in Microsoft Outlook

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I have Microsoft Vista and Office 2007 and thought I had turned off the automatic archiving feature in my Outlook calendar. However, it keeps eating calendars that I need for tax purposes. How do I avoid this issue?
ASKED: July 8, 2009  5:24 PM
UPDATED: January 4, 2011  4:26 AM

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Change your main view to Folder list. Right-click the clendar and choose properties. Click the auto archive tab. Is it set to archive? Change it to “Do not archive items in this folder”. Open your archive, go to the calendar there and change the view to a list view. “Select all” entries, right-click and move them back to your main calendar.

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  • Swandora
    I do not have auto archive on any tab where it should be. I also thought I disabled it and it is eating my calendar. I can't find it on a right click, on the "other" tab on TOOLS and OPTIONS. I have Vista and Outlook 2007
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