Accessing ExpiryTime property

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MacMorri

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Hello out there.

Referring to Diane's posting about moving aged mail you access SentOn or RecievedTime properties to move the mails. I would like to ask if it's possible to access ExpiryTime property instead. Trying to use it just always invokes overflow errors.

I know I could use autoarchiving to archive or move expired items but my company deactivated this feature cause we are living in a Citrix world. ;) So I am on search for another possibility to move / archive outdated and expired items. SentOn / RecievedTime properties are no option because of too many different criterias.

I would be glad you could help me out of my plight. :)

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MacMorri
 

MacMorri

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Outlook 2010 32 bit
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Hello out there.

Referring to Diane's posting about moving aged mail you access SentOn or RecievedTime properties to move the mails. I would like to ask if it's possible to access ExpiryTime property instead. Trying to use it just always invokes overflow errors.

I know I could use autoarchiving to archive or move expired items but my company deactivated this feature cause we are living in a Citrix world. ;) So I am on search for another possibility to move / archive outdated and expired items. SentOn / RecievedTime properties are no option because of too many different criterias.

I would be glad you could help me out of my plight. :)

Regards
MacMorri
Oh my god. I really tried many days without success just because of that overflow error. Now I see it was my very own fault. I made a mistake with defining some variables.

Conclusion:
Yes you can access ExpiryTime property as well.

Thank you for your time. :)

Regards
MacMorri
 
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