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Does anyone know how I could archive older emails and move them from the inbox to another folder automatically?

Im not talking about the archive feature on the server, which keeps a copy of everything, but I refer to a way of keeping the size of the inbox low by automatically moving older emails to a different folder.

You can do this in outlook itself using PST and exchange connections, but there doesnt appear to be a way of doing it with the kerio connector.

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same situation here, I want the users to keep their inboxes small. My problem is there is a mail account with 10 users (the general info<_a.t_>) and they have like 50,000 objects in there. This slows down Entourage to a crawl.

We came up with this idea:

create a subfolder in the public folders, naming it "<user> Archive" and then once a month copy all old mails into that folder. Of course, this has to be done manually every month. Since you don't need to subscribe to this subfolder in your mail client, you don't pull the entire index of that folder every time you open your mail client, the inbox is empty, but the files are still there.

Not perfect. I wish there was something like GFI Mail Archiver für Exchange implemented into KMS.

Any other ideas would be welcomed. I don't think the archive function of KMS is remotely the right thing for what we want to do...

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Check this thread: 74d54bfb94db6af8428ef2c2bd2d4a0 that has some good concept discussions and solutions.

I am using Mailstore ( and it *does* keep all the folders etc. And can delete anything over 1 year or whatever you prefer.
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