• How to reduce PST Files size?

    Hii.. I am using ANSI version of Outlook in which I have around 1.5 GB of data with attachments.  I thought some files gets corrupted can I see them? Right now I don’t want to upgrade my Outlook to Unicode. Is there is any way by which I can reduce PST files without upgrading to Unicode?

    angelinothomas885 pointsBadges:
  • Transfer PST file (Microsoft Outlook) to Windows Live mail.

    I can't seem to find an option to transfer old PST files (Microsoft Outlook) to Windows 7 Live mail. Does anyone know how to?

    Rakei3,260 pointsBadges:
  • Extracting the Exchange mailboxes from a priv.edb database to a .PST file

    Is there anyway to extract the Exchange mailboxes from my priv.edb database to a .PST file without mounting it back on? Is there a utility that I can use?

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • How do I convert PST file to something I can search by text all contents?

    I have Outlook 2007 PST files exported to maintain the 5+ years of exchanges our administrator had. They left the company and we want to convert the PST files to a text format and/or something that we can search the contents of including pdf & excel files. I tried Emailchemy, but all that can...

    AggieNC35 pointsBadges:
  • What does the “t” in .pst and .ost stand for

    What does the "t" in .pst and .ost stand for

    Jim H5 pointsBadges:
  • .PST equvivalent of .PST file in Lotus Notes

    Hi Guys, I had using Outlook before to save mails to my hard drive in a PST file. Now I am using Lotus. I need to know how do we do save mails in hard drive if we are using Lotus Notes? Like in Outlook we would create an Outlook file, what do we need to create in Lotus Notes, and how do we do this?...

    MyAnswers55 pointsBadges:
  • Breaking down and transfer PST files

    I am supporting a user who's PST has gotten to 10GB. She's requesting we breakdown her PST for her and I'm curious to know if there is a better way to break this down then to through Outlook and transfer the files individually.

    N1ck18885 pointsBadges:
  • Replacing a pst file

    How can I replace a pst file. I have removed and reinstalled outlook a couple of times and always get a outlook.pst file missing.

    PLMerry5 pointsBadges:
  • Missing PST files in Outlook 2000

    Hi, After trying a restructuring of my entire network, I had to demote my Windows XP computers from and NT Domain to and Active Directory 2003 domain, I lost my PST files in Outlook 2000. Actually, I demoted the XP computers to a workgroup the promoted them to an Active directory domain. Now when I...

    Wachen60 pointsBadges:
  • PST file export

    I have transferred my e-mail PST files from my Windows 7 desk top at work and would like to read them on my Macbook Pro. I downloaded a PST bridge program but still cannot open the e-mails on my Macbook

    Lightyear5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook pst files problem

    I have run the outlook pst file repair which found no problems. What is happening is I am not able to modify in any manner files on outlook.  In the inbox view is shows the number 3 for the mail but does not display any of the mail. In the unread view it shows all of the 3 of the emails. I can...

    agoodale35 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook.PST file

    I have an Outlook.pst (2003 xp) file that will not defragment. The size of this file is over 3 GB. Can I simply delete it? I use Verizon web mail as well. They inadvertently dumped a lot of email data recently, then apparently they replaced it. I have duplicate and triplicate emails dating back 3-4...

    ExtraSelect5 pointsBadges:
  • Why some pst files in my outlook folder do not appear on the list?

    I made some archive files in pst format. I can see them in my Outlook file folder, but they do not appear on the list of folders when I open Outlook. Please help me to make them visible. I use Outlook 2010.

    penguinyk10 pointsBadges:
  • What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool?

    I am just wondering, What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool? the bit cut off does it (a) go into another PST file or (b) gets deleted? shane.

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • how to repair *.pst MS outlook 2003 file ?

    My MS outlook 2003 *.pst corrupted. I tried to repair it with microsft's SCAN PST tool. but not able to repair it. Any good tool for repair *.PST file ?

    mitrum810 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook.pst not found IMAP/SMTP store XP and roaming profiles

    This is a GP site working within the NHS. We're using Roaming Profiles (mainly because they foisted upon us byb the supplier who provide the main clinical system). Some of our users use the Outlook 2003 client to access a central IMAP service (not Exchange). One of those users periodically "loses"...

    Hackwood25 pointsBadges:
  • How to recover archived .PST file larger than 2GB

    We were going through our email accounts in Exchange 2003 and began to archive emails of employees no longer with the company. Unfortunately, we attempted to archive an account larger than 3GB. That's when we realized that it should have been broken down to under 2GB. It didn't archive the entire...

    Littlejuanito7420 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a local .pst file

    what are the reasons and avantages of creating a local  .pst file?

  • Microsoft Outlook error and ScanPST

    My ms outlook is hanging..? i have formatted my pc and reconfigured the outlook, but still hanging when i open ms outlook. i have done one more thing, i have scanned SCANPST also to recover the errors. but still hanging ? why? can you give me a solution?

    Cknafick160 pointsBadges:
  • Archive folder for user

    I created an archive .pst file for user. Something happened and all of the e-mails and subfolders did not get moved. I do not know how to get these e-mails back. Any suggestions. Is there a way to get them off of the exchange server?

    Tgardner1335 pointsBadges:

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