Use retention policies to automatically archive messages

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Outlook for Mac has never had an automatic archiving feature. And it still doesn’t. However, Outlook 15 supports accessing Online Archive messages stored on Exchange 2010 or higher and Office 365 servers. These servers use a feature called retention policies, which automatically archive messages based on schedules set by the administrator.

The advantage retention policies offer is they run on the server and don’t require Outlook to move messages. An administrator can create multiple retention . . .

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Subscribe to online calendars and access them in Outlook for Mac

Online calendars are a popular way to share schedules with many people across different platforms and applications. However, Outlook for Mac doesn’t support directly subscribing to online calendars because it doesn’t support iCalendar, the protocol needed for subscribing to these calendars.

Exchange and Office 365 do support calendar subscriptions to some online services using a webcal:// URI (similar to http://or ftp://) to access online iCalendar files. And they can act as a proxy to connect . . .

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