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AutoArchive Plugin

This system plugin automatically moves, archives or deletes categorized articles controled by the expiration date of any article.

"Expired" articles can be moved into other categories, can be archived or completely deleted, can increase the date of expiration after execution.

Create complex archiving processes by combining functions, parameters and multiple category-IDs.

For more informations please visit the project-homepage. Install and have fun!

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Reviews: 8
Great job! This was just what I needed. The admin part was a little confusing at first but it's very easy to setup. Love it how my expired pages will now directly be available on my archive page.
Reviews: 70
I want to thank the developer for offering such a helpful extension. Sometimes clients want to display archived articles (such as news items), and this plugin completely automates the process. Now clients can simply set an unpublish date and the articles will automatically be appear in the archive.
Reviews: 2
Thank you so much for this plugin as it has saved me a lot of time looking through 100s of articles to find the expired ones.

The flexibility in moving expired articles either to archived or a custom category is amazing. Fantastic plugin.
Reviews: 12
I have been looking for an extension like this for a long time, and I am pleased to say that when I happened upon this one, it has lived up to my hopes.

It is simple to configure, works out of the box and does exactly what it says on the tin.

I use the extension to move reviews (articles) from a current to historic category, when a finish publishing date is reached, so that they can be viewed on another page. That said, I am aware that they can be archived or deleted as well, but I dont need this.

I have been trying to find an extension as good as this, but the only ones I could find either didn't work, or came at a cost.

Try it - I recommend it and you wont look back.

I did contact the support team once and got a response back in a day (even at the weekend) - that doesn't happen too often.

Well done mediahof.