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Solved: Duplicat Outlook 'Personal Folders'

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by homeslarry, Mar 16, 2010.

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  1. homeslarry

    homeslarry Thread Starter

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    While attempting to resolve an opening problem with Outlook(2002), running Office 2002 XP, I created a new identity in 'Mail'. (I didn't delete anything) I now have duplicate Outlook Today 'Personal Folders' with data mixed between the two systems. Within Outlook, I don't find an option to 'delete' the unwanted folders. What do I do to get a single personal folder setup, with the most current data in Mail, Tasks, and Contacts? Somewhere in here, I also need to reduce the size of the archives, and or data files?
     
  2. Yorkshire Guy

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    Hi homeslarry,

    Do you mean you have added a second Account? If so, CONTROL PANEL / MAIL and delete the duplicate in there.

    lol
    Hew
     
  3. homeslarry

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    I'll give it a try and see what happens. Thanks.
     
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