Re: .pst question
How To Relocate a .PST file
When you upgrade software for one of your users, or replace a hard drive on a user's workstation, you first have to back up all necessary data. When you do that, make sure you don't forget the ever-popular .pst file. Some users may create this file to store their personal mail and contact information locally, and they can get very annoyed if this file isn't migrated.
When you back up the data, search for a .pst file on the hard drive, just so you won't forget it. If you find one, examine the date to verify the file's validity. If it looks old and out of date, then just as a precautionary measure copy the file onto some temporary storage in case the user requires it at a later date. Also check for any rules that the user might have enabled. If you don't recreate those rules, you can get into some trouble.
I would suggest that users create .pst files using common folder names ("email" is a good example), so that the folder can be easily identified.
Once you've found a valid .pst file, here's how you can move it.
First remove the personal folders option:
Re: .pst question
How to combine PST files
Creating the second PST file
Because I didn't want to screw with my own working email environment, I created a simple PST file demo on our test machine in the OutlookPower lab. To do this, I simply set up a fresh install of Outlook and dropped in a few folders in the default PST file. That's our starting point. You can see our folder structure in Figure A.
The first thing you'll need to do is create a second PST file. You can do this by hitting the Data File Management link on the screen, or by selecting Data File Management from the Outlook 2003 File menu. In any case, you'll see the dialog box shown in Figure B
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