To store messages in a PST, you can use Personal Folders, you can use Archive Folders, or you can use both!
What's the difference between Archive Folders and Personal Folders? The next lessons will explain it all to you and help you choose which one to use. (Actually, no one says you have to use only one sort of folder or the other. You can use both if you want to!)
It's wise to keep these points in mind from the start:
- Messages filed in PSTs are not accessible from the e-mail server. They are on your own computer, and if you go to another computer, you can't read them unless you take them along yourself.
- Only one person at a time can open a PST file. Even if you share your computer and share permission to access a PST file, each user must close it before another user can open it.