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Windows 7: can I put emails In to anothe drive.Outlook2007

04 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
can I put emails In to anothe drive.Outlook2007

I am using win7 ultimate x64 I am using Outlook 2007
I want to direct my emails in to a folder on my E drive
can this be done.

When I was using win XP there was a feature that allowed you to select where
you wanted your IN emails to go but I cant find that setting in Win7 IS THERE ONE ?



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04 Jul 2011   #2

Seven ultimate 32bit

Your hole mailbox gets saved as a PST file, It can be moved from HDD to HDD or PC to PC.

Unhide the Files and Folders
Enable “show hidden files and folders”
Start >My Computer >Organize >Folder and Search Options > View Tab >Check Show Hidden Folders and Files and uncheck “Hide Extensions for Known File Types”.

Location for Scanpst.exe:
Windows7 64 bit: Start >My Computer > Program files(x86) >Microsoft Office >Office 12 >ScanPST.exe

This can be used to repair the pst file if you'd need it.
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04 Jul 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Thanks for the tip, it goes straight into my snippets file.

Tell me if I save the Outlook.pst file to another drive and call it backup or something.

Can I if need be copy the file back to C:\Outlook\Outlook.pst Of course moving or renaming the currant one, and then have access to the old backup Outlook.pst ?
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05 Jul 2011   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

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