AutoArchive is a feature that moves emails automatically from current folder to the archive location. AutoArchive feature plays an important role in managing the space in your mailbox and keeping Outlook clean and fast. The archived items are saved in Outlook Data File (.PST); the default location of this archive folder is C:\Users\YourUserName\Documents\Outlook files\Archive.pst. This is where you can find your archived PST (please note the location and time of archiving items are a result of preconfigured settings. These settings can be modified by users, as per their requirements, and preferences).
But sometimes, you may face issue with archiving. And you may wonder what if it stops working.
Before moving towards the solution for why auto archiving isn’t working, you should know how to archive emails & other items in Outlook. Now, moving forward, let’s know how to solve the Auto Archiving not working issue.
You can configure AutoArchive settings at different levels.
Here is how you can change AutoArchive Settings in Outlook:
Note: If you want to go for Per folder Auto Archive Settings, here is how you can do it:
Select the particular folder you want to make changes in. Right-click on it, go to Properties and click on AutoArchive button there.
If you want to go for Manual Archive Settings, here is how you can do it:For Outlook 2010, 2013
With the help of this blog, you can now successfully archive your emails and items. But what if this archive PST gets corrupt? Yes, just like normal PSTs, archive PST is also prone to corruption, and it may get corrupt due to any reason. Well, in this situation it is recommended to not try too much on your own, as it may result in further damage and data loss. We highly recommend using an automated third-party tool to fix corruption, just like Kernel for Outlook PST Repair.
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