Archiving-Adding the modified column?

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I have been advised the following: 'Archiving works on the Modified
timestamp, not on the Received timestamp. Add the Modified column if you
want to check what date that archiving will use. For example, you might have
some really old e-mails
in a folder but if you move them then the Modified date changes. Archiving
is to remove unused entried, not old-dated entries. '

How then do I ADD the modified column (where is it?) to the manual archive
request?

Regards

Mike

 
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Hi Diane, You have lost me. I have Outlook 2002. I do not know / understand
how to perform your instructions.

My folders - INbox etc are on the left side and on the right is the list of
email messages that correspond to the folder. IN the lower split of the right
screen is the message when I click on the top message line view.

So where is the 'Custom' or 'field' that I need to review?

I right click the top right pane message and I do not see these options.

Mike

"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:

> You can't add it to the "archive request" - you can add it to the view so
> you can see if that is the cause of the archive process not working.
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> right click on the row of field names and choose custom, fields (if using 2
> line view) or right click on the field names and choose Field chooser (1
> line view).
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> "MikeR-Oz" <MikeROz> wrote in message
> news:CA9FA7F9-572C-4ADF-8176-82988C94116D@microsoft.com...
> > I have been advised the following: 'Archiving works on the Modified
> > timestamp, not on the Received timestamp. Add the Modified column if you
> > want to check what date that archiving will use. For example, you might
> > have
> > some really old e-mails
> > in a folder but if you move them then the Modified date changes. Archiving
> > is to remove unused entried, not old-dated entries. '
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> > How then do I ADD the modified column (where is it?) to the manual archive
> > request?
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> > Regards
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> > Mike
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