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Archiving folders in Outlook

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In an effort to be more "green", I'm finally saving work e-mails in sorted
electronic folders rather than paper ones. Previously, I've kept all my
e-mails in either the "Inbox" folder or the "Sent Items" folder, as
appropriate. Now that I have many subfolders in each of those folders, when
Outlook archives, will it maintain my subfolders within the archive folders?
Do I need to do something to make that happen?

Thanks!
 
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Ben M. Schorr - MVP (OneNote)

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If you have Outlook configured to archive those folders, it will
preserve the folder structure. But you have to make sure they're
configured to archive (Right-click the folder | Properties |
AutoArchive) in the first place.

-Ben-
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"Ephus" <Ephus> wrote in message
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> In an effort to be more "green", I'm finally saving work e-mails in sorted
> electronic folders rather than paper ones. Previously, I've kept all my
> e-mails in either the "Inbox" folder or the "Sent Items" folder, as
> appropriate. Now that I have many subfolders in each of those folders, when
> Outlook archives, will it maintain my subfolders within the archive folders?
> Do I need to do something to make that happen?
>
> Thanks!


 
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