File Recovery

How to Use Existing PST Files With New Versions of Outlook

Outlook versions earlier to Outlook 2003 had a size limit of 2 GB for their PST files. This can create problems for users as there is no way of knowing if the PST file is approaching the limit and for many, problems arise even before reaching the 2 GB limit. However, simply upgrading to a newer version of Outlook may not solve the PST file size problem. Our article looks at how to use existing PST files with newer versions of Outlook. Microsoft Outlook versions earlier to Outlook 2003 such...

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How to Take Proper Backups of PST Files

Personal Storage Tables or PST files are used to store local email data. These can be used to hold all the Outlook data when Microsoft Exchange Server is not being accessed or if one is using an independent email account. Considering that the PST files store vital personal and business-related information, it is important that Outlook users know how to take proper backups of PST files. Users who are not using their Outlook application with an email account on Microsoft Exchange Server will...

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Effective Ways of Managing PST files in Outlook

Back ups form a very important part of managing PST files in Outlook. While many users store email data on their local computers, sometimes Exchange server administrators also store email data in the form of PST files on local hard disks. Thus users cannot always depend on the server administrator for recovery of Outlook data and need to know of ways to effectively manage PST files. If you have an email account on Microsoft Exchange server, you are probably using Outlook to access and store...

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