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Change the data file where content is saved
Show All Hide All You can change the data file that is used to save new e-mail messages and items in RSS Feeds (RSS Feeds: Subscription-based distribution feeds...
Change the name of Personal Folders in the Navigation Pane
Show All Hide All When you open more than one Personal Folders file (.pst) (Personal Folders file (.pst): Data file that stores your messages and other items on...
Create a file to save your information
Show All Hide All When you use Microsoft Outlook, you need a place to keep your e-mail messages, calendar, tasks, and other items. This storage place, known as ...
Determine the Personal Folders file (.pst) format
Beginning with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, a new Personal Folders file (.pst) format was introduced that supports multilingual Unicode data and offers greate...
Increase the storage capacity of .pst files from Outlook 97-2002
If you are using a Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders file (.pst) that was created in Microsoft Outlook 97-2002, you can switch to a new data file format that i...
Introduction to Outlook data files
When you use Microsoft Outlook, you need a place to keep your e-mail messages, calendar, tasks, and other items. This storage place, known as a data file, allow...
Reduce the size of Outlook data files
Your Microsoft Outlook mailbox grows as you create and receive items. Even when you delete items, the size of your data file might not decrease in proportion...
Where does Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 save my information and configurations?
The following is a list of locations where Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 saves information. Some of the folders might be hidden folders. To display hidden fol...