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Saving entire Outlook emails

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by holymoly, Apr 13, 2010.

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  1. holymoly

    holymoly Thread Starter

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    I did a search here, but not seen a definitive answer.

    I want to save to .pst file the entire contents of Outlook 2002 emails, that is the contact list, the inbox, sent folders etc.

    I tried it in past and the only folder actually exported to .pst was the sent one.
     
  2. 1002richards

    1002richards Retired Trusted Advisor

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    Hi,
    Have you looked at (freeware) Amic? This from their site:
    "Amic Email Backup is a handy software tool for Microsoft Windows based PCs designed to create backup copies of your email database and Web browser Favorites. Amic Email Backup can save emails, address books, mail and news accounts and their settings, message rules, blocked sender lists and signatures, to a single compact, compressed backup file that can be easily restored when necessary. Supports the top 11 email clients and the most popular browsers."

    http://amictools.com/v-amic_email_backup.html

    Hope this is of interest?

    Richard
     
  3. EAFiedler

    EAFiedler Retired Moderator

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    Hi holymoly

    You can also just copy the .pst file, as your backup, to another location or backup media (USB or external hard drive).
     
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