One of the rules IT strives to follow: backup, early and often. This rule should apply to any file you can’t live without, but today we’ll show you how to apply it to your email archives (which are not backed up by default). (more…)
Before jumping into archiving you might want to check out our archive overview.
Archiving can really help when you have an oversized inbox and your ruthless IT department has cut off your email. Here’s a quick and dirty explanation about how to make Outlook 2003 archive your email for you automatically.
Before I dive into archiving and what .pst files are, I’d like to start with a brief overview of how the UUA’s email system works. Everything in each person’s Inbox, Deleted Items, and other folders live on one of the UUA’s servers. Outlook (or Entourage for Mac users) connects to our server and grabs a copy of each email, calendar item, contact, etc. It also checks back periodically for any new email that may have been sent to your inbox. (more…)
Before I dive into how to archive I’d like to give you a brief overview of how our mail system works. We keep a copy of everything in each person’s Inbox, Deleted Items, and other folders on the server. Your Outlook (for Windows) or Entourage (for Mac) program connects to our server and makes sure everything is synced up. (more…)