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Archiving Outlook 2007

Archiving Outlook 2007

Archiving Outlook 2007

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i need to archive pst file because its becoming too large ... i tried the archive option in outlook it just separated some emails in a tab called archived emails but the original pst folder remained the same size ...

i tried to create a new personal folder and move items to it but also remained the same size

also i need to archive emails from folders

so what i wanna actually do is ... archive emails that is already in folders and archive them by year and reduce the original pst file size

thanks in advance

RE: Archiving Outlook 2007

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i tried to create a new personal folder and move items to it but also remained the same size
Did you compact it after moving the messages?

http://www.winsite.com/Utilities/File-Management/O...

Chris.

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RE: Archiving Outlook 2007

(OP)
yes , didnt change anything ... can it be done without outter softwares ?

RE: Archiving Outlook 2007

If the archive will open in Outlook, you could write some rules to move messages from one pst to another.

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