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  • Outlook 2003 SP3 – pst file cannot be found

    i applied outlook sp3 and i reboot my system but it came back with pst could not be found

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  • how can we scan .pst file

    we want to take backup of .pst file or scan .pst file

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  • How to take online backup of Outlook PST file?

    I want to take Online backup of all user's outlook PST file while they are login and working on its ms outlook.

    mitrum810 pointsBadges:
  • How to backup Outlook emails?

    How i can take a back up of my emails in outlook three times a week ? and it whould take automatically

    Masood1140 pointsBadges:
  • Profile missing in HDD, and so archived pst files and My document files.

    I given mY laptop for slow perfomance to my PCSC(pc service), they changed the HDD and copied only limited data on C , but could able to retrieve profile data, as the there is nothing listed in Documents and setting dir. When tried to keep the old HDD and reboot the laptop, it is coming up...

    MGK5 pointsBadges:
  • Export-Mailbox cmdlet to Archive Mailboxes

    I am running Exchange Server 2003 and 2007 and would like help with archiving both types of mailbox to pst files. I have installed the exchange management powershell on my XP Pro 32Bit O/S. and attempted to run the Export-Mailbox cmdlet to achieve this migration but instead received the following...

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  • Exporting .pst files

    I have MS Outlook 2003, I want to re-install Windows XP and Office, that will erase the whole hard drive. I want to keep all my in-mail and personal mail, all my mail. and re-install it on to Outlook after I flatten and re-install office. I have saved all other files, just don't know how to save...

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  • Can you share with us what is consider best practices for PST files location

    Most users are placing their PST files on a shared drive because it gets backup by TSM; however, we recently had a disk corruption and during the problem determination someone mentioned that Microsoft does not recommend to place PST files on file-servers. Can you share with us what is consider best...

    ITKE54,865 pointsBadges:
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