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@Gwny have an pretty good answer but you could also manage it with Powershell. "PowerShell: This is the best option when it comes to copying list in your SharePoint site. Here is what you need to do." Get an instance of the SharePoint Site Collection using SharePoint SPSite object. Open the root web. Save the list that you want to copy as a template using ...
I suggest you to use google... http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/634208/Create-and-Deploy-Custom-Timer-Job-Definition-in-S Basically make a TimerJob in Visualstudio, write your code there and let this job run once a day. Code: get list check if an item hasn't been modified since 365 days. move to other list
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