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    Default Archive unused account.

    Is there a way to archive an email account so that it doesn't have to exists on the server any longer?

    For example:
    When an employee leaves a company, I would like to remove their email account from the server , but still have an archive of their emails, calendar, tasks, ect for record.

    Possible?

    Thanks

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    *bump*

    Any responses?

    I guess my only option would be to keep the email account active for 6mo-1yr, then delete it.

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    If you're using NE Pro, you can create a PST file with everything in it.

    If not (NE Std or OSS), you can :
    . download the mail folders in ZIP format
    . export the calendars to ICS files
    . export the contacts to CSV files

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