• Outlook 2003: Export PST Emails To Excel

    When I use the "File > Import & Export" command from Outlook 2003, I have mixed results. I keep my emails in sub-folders off one of several PST files that I use regularly, in the "All Mail Folders" side-panel. I broke up the larger folders into smaller ones in case there was a size limitation. I...

    CaliforniaJerry5 pointsBadges:
  • getting emails back

    I have installed outlook on two computers. I connected to the Exchangelive server, receivied the files. All fine. I then put the exact same accout on another computer. For some reason todays and last weeks emails went off the orginal computer and went to ther other. I re-added account and still...

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  • Looking for application that can analyze a PST file.

    I am looking for an application that can analyze a pst file and tell me any or all of the following: How many messages are in the PST Age of messages very important number of folders number of attachments size of attachments Thanks in advance, Joe

    LanWanTeknition5 pointsBadges:
  • Why I cannot receive to my Blackberry moved from .pst to Exchange mailbox messages

    I need to move messages from one mailbox to another. This another mailbox is connected with BES 4.1.6 MR4. After messages moved, they do not reconcile with Blackberry smartphone. I do not know - is this right thing or not? I guess not, 'cause those imported messages must be new for BES, and BES...

    Bansheek5 pointsBadges:
  • Password protected Microsoft Outlook .PST file

    User's .pst file has password set on it, such that if I reinstall Office 2003 package it requests for Personal Folders password..How do I reset and/or remove this configuration

    Zhetmasta50 pointsBadges:
  • Lost a password from an archived pst

    We migrated from GroupWise to Exchange a few months ago and at the time, we needed to archive out mail folder with a password so that it would transfer in. We have had a couple of rounds of password changes since and now I cannot recall the password of the archived.pst that was used at the time and...

    ChileTracy205 pointsBadges:
  • Where are the .pst files located in a person’s profile on a network?

    Where are the .pst files located in a person's profile on a network?

    Lulucahill20 pointsBadges:
  • Open archive .pst files in Outlook on terminal server

    Hi. We host exchange (2003 and 2007), and several of our customer run Outlook from terminal servers only (no local Outlook). We have redirected the Outlook preferences to the users home folders, to ensure user specific changes are saved (i.e View settings). I have now been asked to automatically...

    Perkopp5 pointsBadges:
  • Restore a Single Email Message from 2+ years!

    We have a legal request to restore an deleted email message from 2006. The user is still on the network currently, and I have looked in her mailbox, scanned for possbile .pst and archive files to no avail. The last administrator used NT Backup and I found a backup from 2005 that I would like to...

    Uptech015 pointsBadges:
  • PST export with filters

    How can I export a PST with 2 filters: Only certain sub-folders within a Personal Folder and only within a specific date range

    Brisox15 pointsBadges:
  • Stop users from moving email to PST folders.

    Is there a way to disallow users from moving emails to a local PST file? We want to lock down users email.

    MikeFord5 pointsBadges:
  • Restricting users from accessing network resources unless logged into domian

    We are using server 2003. 1.I want to restrict users from getting access to network resources if they are not logged in with their domain user account. 2.ALso i want to stop the sending and receving of mails if they are not part of domain. (usually they login as local users and access...

    Pree70 pointsBadges:
  • PST problem after migration

    my outlook pst not showing old mail since today morning.last night i have migrated the system old domain to new domain.but before migration i take a backup of pst

    Ravindradalvi1235 pointsBadges:
  • Download message from exchange mail box to pst folders

    I have configured outlook to exhchange. how can i map these mailbox messages to my pst folders.

    Yesu85 pointsBadges:
  • How can I network .pst files to a central server

    I have four computers that I wish to network .pst files to a central server. I wish to retain the current subfolder structure currently created on each client machine and be able to access these "networked folders" with the same look and feel as if they were still on the clients. The central server...

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
  • can’t find autoarchived emails — not in *pst folder

    I chose to autoarchive my emails but discovered that they are not in my archived folders. I went into "properties" for both my archived folders inbox and sent folders and saw that this was selected: do not archive items in this folder. I don't know where these emails were archived to...

    Jiyoungz5 pointsBadges:
  • Change I merge Outlook files from two computers

    can i merge outlook files from 2 computers

    Moneycoach5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Philipwk5 pointsBadges:
  • viewing the entire .PST file directory

    have an user who has a hugh .pst directory structure, how can I view/print the entire file directory structure other than using screen shots?

    Murray25 pointsBadges:
  • Moving .PST file from one computer to another

    How to move a .pst file from one computer to another?

    OnYukon5 pointsBadges:

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