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I have always had outlook but i have never really tried to set it up and use it. Currently i have office 2010. My big overall question is to know if someone can give me pointers, tell me where to look, or post links on how to take all incoming emails and out going emails to be transfered to a server for storage. My overall goal is to start working from home full time and i want to log all recorded incoming calls and emails onto my server. For any future issues or accounts. I would like to know if you can create or setup settings on how they are stored, basically something similar to saving them by client.
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turn on data auto-archive.
i don't know where it is in 2010 but after your inbox gets a certain amount of traffic it will ask you if you'd like to do it
just look around in all the menus, i'm guessing advanced options under data or something similiar
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turn on data auto-archive.
i don't know where it is in 2010 but after your inbox gets a certain amount of traffic it will ask you if you'd like to do it
just look around in all the menus, i'm guessing advanced options under data or something similiar
have you ever setup an auto archive to take into effect after 30 days or any other time limit?
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all the stuff here at work is pushed by group policy(you may want to give that a try as well).
i have never gone ALL the way through setting up auto-archive but when i was messing with it it allows you to change the destination directory.
so you could just through it on a mapped network drive if ya wanted to.


EDIT: This can help get you started: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/17877...-outlook-2010/
Edited by Hazzeedayz - 8/3/11 at 8:15am
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