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How do you do....it? Thread, Email Archiving in Technical; Originally Posted by Michael You can customise e-mail deletion retention policies as described here up to 5 years. . Oddly ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    You can customise e-mail deletion retention policies as described here up to 5 years. .
    Oddly enough, after I very confidently stated that O-365 wouldn't be sufficient, I started to look into the retention policies and I see that this might actually be a decent option... plus I could always run it in Hybrid mode...

    Quote Originally Posted by Soulfish
    I know that Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange has an addon archiving option if you run onsite Exchange.
    That's quite interesting - we're using FOPE, but I hadn't noticed that!

    Quote Originally Posted by sarahsmith
    If you are concerned about the size of mailbox then you can reduce their size by compressing method.
    Thanks Sarah - that's an interesting link.

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    You can't compress your personal archive if you're using Exch or 0365, the data is in a mailbox not a PST. Personally I wouldn't use PST files as there's more risk of data loss/corruption.

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