|02 Feb 2012||#1|
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Backup of pst files in Office 2007
What is the most effective way to automatically create a regular backup of pst files in Windows 7, Office 2007? I see there is a backup download from Microsoft for XP and VIsta which allowed you to schedule regular backups of pst files but I don't see anything for Windows 7. I don't print all emails and as such it is essential that I don't lose any.
I currently create duplicates and archive one set every 2 weeks. The archive file is backed up by a Backup program, but I am wondering if Microsoft has any features similar to the archive feature where you simply backup the pst file, thus saving email, contacts, calendar at once.
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