bertbrand Absent Member.
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Archiving large chunks of email

We have a user who has over 200k of messages. She'd like to archive a lot, if not all (don't ask).

Is there an 'off-hours' way to do this? Or she stuck doing them in (very) small batches?

Other ideas?

She's mgmt. and does not want to spend much time doing this.

thanks
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Archiving large chunks of email

On 2/2/2010 12:36 PM, bertbrand wrote:
>
> We have a user who has over 200k of messages. She'd like to archive a
> lot, if not all (don't ask).
>
> Is there an 'off-hours' way to do this? Or she stuck doing them in
> (very) small batches?
>
> Other ideas?
>
> She's mgmt. and does not want to spend much time doing this.
>
> thanks
>
>

Nope, and it will be dreadfully slow.
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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: Archiving large chunks of email

bertbrand <bertbrand@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:
> We have a user who has over 200k of messages. She'd like to archive a
> lot, if not all (don't ask).
>
> Is there an 'off-hours' way to do this? Or she stuck doing them in
> (very) small batches?
>
> Other ideas?
>
> She's mgmt. and does not want to spend much time doing this.
>
> thanks


Well, auto archiving happens on opening GW client. So if she wants to
archive everything over one year old, for example, you could set the
auto-archive to 365 right before she leaves on Friday, close the client,
start it again and walk away. Whether it's actually done on Monday is
anyone's guess though.


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danita - www.caledonia.net/blog
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