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OUtlook 2003 pst folders

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Mjackson, Jan 4, 2008.

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  1. Mjackson

    Mjackson It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    Hello is there a way that you can export on folders from an old pst to a new pst folder?
    I want to copy the folder and not the contents in them.

    Outlook 2003 SP2
     
  2. EAFiedler

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    Hi Mjackson

    You are wanting to copy the hierarchy of your .pst file?
    You will need to setup the filter to filter in messages you never received.

    In the Export Personal Folders window, setup the filter like this:
    In the Sent To field, key in: [email protected]
    Click: OK
    After selecting the Top/Root folder, be sure to place a check mark in: Include subfolders then follow the rest of the prompts to complete the Export into a new .pst file.

    During the Export, the [email protected] criteria will not be found, resulting in empty folders in the new .pst file.
    You can place almost anything in the Sent To field and get the same results, as long as it doesn't match any of your valid e-mail addresses.


    Let us know if that works for you or not.
     
  3. Mjackson

    Mjackson It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    Thanks I will try that.
     
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