Macro to Move Aged Email Messages

How to use a macro to move email, meeting requests, and more to another folder as they age or using other conditions. Create folders for the sender's display name to move the messages to.

How to solve the PST Backup headache

PST backup is a time-consuming task (and a headache) that admins would love to avoid; yet if users need to move the email in their inbox to a PST file – PST backup is needed. Emails with important company information can end up buried within these files – records that can be critically important for  

Using Outlook's AutoArchive Feature

All versions of Microsoft Outlook support Archiving. Learn how to configure Microsoft Outlook's AutoArchive settings and how to manually archive your mailbox.

How to Save Email in Windows File System

Many users need to save some messages a folder on their computer or a file server. While you can just drag and drop messages from Outlook to the file system, this method creates *.MSG files - these are Outlook message files and only Outlook can open them. If you need to open the message on  

Create a rule to delete mail after a number of days

You can combine a Rules Wizard rule with the AutoArchive feature of Microsoft Outlook to automatically delete messages as they age. There are two ways you can do this: Create a rule that moves messages meeting certain criteria to a folder. Configure the folder's Archive setting to delete messages. Setting an expire date on messages  

Exchange Server 2010 and Archive Folders

In the initial release of Exchange Server 2010, Exchange has a default retention policy which causes all messages older than one year to be moved to the archive mailbox. This requires an archive mailbox.

What is the System Cleanup folder?

An Outlook user had this question: "I have a folder called System Cleanup at the same level as my Inbox. It has an Inbox folder and a Sent Items folder. The inbox has several items that look like messages that should have been archived, but my archive folder is a PST file local to my