Archiving is a very good way to free up space on the mail server by reducing the number of messages in your main mail file, while allowing you to retain older messages in the secondary mail file. Once enabled, a copy of your mailbox called Mail Archive will be created. This secondary mailbox will have exactly the same folders as your primary mailbox. Every time you add a new folder or rename a folder in your primary mailbox, this change will also be reflected in your Archive Mailbox. When your primary mailbox is archived, a subset of documents is moved from it to the Archive Mailbox. Behind the scenes, there are three stages of archiving: document selection (based on user settings or administrator predefined criteria), copy selected documents to Archive Mailbox, primary mail file clean-up. To the user, it all appears as one seamless process.
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Faculty and Staff, Notes/Domino Users
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