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About Outlook True Archive


Outlook True Archive is a Windows program (for only $19.95) that does what Outlook itself cannot do – it truly archives your mail from an Outlook PST file (or OST or Exchange server account), with great ease and predictable results.

Unlike the built-in tool, Outlook True Archive eases the process of archiving your mails and calendar items. It has a clean visual system for making selections. It automatically remembers folders you selected previously. It is easy to use, as all archiving options can be simply selected.

Click here to see a 65 second Flash demonstration of how the $19.99 utility can help you in managing your Outlook PST mail file bloat today.

For advanced users, Outlook True Archive offers a command line interface (included in the standard $19.95 package), so that tasks can be prepared by an IT-person and run systematically thereafter, either automatically or by a non-expert user.

Outlook True Archive archives mails items based on the date the mail was received or sent, rather than the date it was last modified. The benefit for you: reliable results in your archive.

Why you need this utility

Principally, our users have complimented the software for ease of use and the consistent, reliable results. The archives they create with Outlook True Archive contain exactly what they expected.

When you use Microsoft Outlook to archive a Mail message folder by date, Outlook determines the message age from the Sent timestamp, Received timestamp, or from the message’s Last Modified timestamp, whichever is later. As a result you may find that your messages are not archived because the Last Modified date/time has been updated.

The following actions will change the message’s modified date/time:

  • Forwarding
  • Replying
  • Replying to All
  • Editing and Saving
  • Moving or Copying

Copying or moving the message to another message folder does not always change the Last Modified timestamp; if the destination folder is a Personal Folders file (.pst), the timestamp does not change.

If the destination folder is an Exchange Server Mailbox or an Offline Folders file (.ost), the timestamp does change.

For Microsoft’s take on this issue please see the following knowledge base article: Message Modification Date Determines Archive Date

(Please note for Office 2010 or Office 2013 users: 64-bit version not yet supported; 32-bit works great! OTA works well on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. See the guide in our Support section.)




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Outlook True Archive Includes unlimited updates in future releases of the current version 1 (Please note for Office 2010 users 64-bit version not yet supported; 32-bit works great! Works with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. See this guide.)

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Download Free Trial Version

Outlook True Archive All the same features as the full product – just limited to how many mail messages it will archive, while you evaluate just what a valuable tool the full version will be! (Please note for Office 2010 users 64-bit version not yet supported; 32-bit works great! Works with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows.)

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For users wishing to upgrade to the current version 1.12.0 - 03 Feb 2015

  1. You update your software by downloading the “trial” version, using the link above.
  2. Before installation, make a note of your user name and key previously provided. (Click onConfiguration icon Configuration icon (near top-right of window), then select the License tab.) This information will be used again for the newest version.
  3. Un-install the version you have (Control Panel / Add/Remove Programs or similar, depending on which version of Windows you have) and then install the updated version downloaded from this page. The user name and key you noted will “unlock” the trial version and you will again have use of the full version. There is nothing extra to pay or buy.