Regularly managing huge amount of PST files in one Microsoft Outlook account is always a headache for the users. In fact, large PST files are one of the primary causes behind the Outlook file corruption. If any user wants to get rid of data loss or corruption as well as data security problems, the only option left with him is to merge PST files into a single file.
For merging Outlook PST files users can either use third party PST merger software or a manual method. In this blog, I have explained the need to merge Outlook PST files, advantages of merging PST files and the processes of manual as well as automated solution in details. Continue reading “How to merge Outlook PST files in Outlook 2019/2016/2013/2010 – Manually”
In this article, we are going to explain the easiest way to split PST file in Outlook 2019/2016/2013/2010. Apart from this, we will also know all the possible reasons for wanting to split the PST file in Outlook 2019/2016/2013/2010.
Large PST files are prone to corruption, whenever the PST files exceed the storage limit, the performance of Microsoft Outlook will drop and most likely it could affect your reach to the mailbox. In the worst case scenario, you could lose your data. Continue reading “Easiest way to Split PST file in Outlook 2019/2016/2013/2010 Manually”
There are plenty of Outlook users, and many are using email client since it was first released. Nowadays it becomes the first choice of the individual as well as organizations as it is the most famous email client in the globe. Many users prefer to store their files data in various Outlook accounts. But when several PST files are lying down, it becomes very hard for the users to manage the PST file properly. Therefore, in this blog we are going to show you how you can merge your Outlook PST files in a accurate way. Here our main focus will be on merging the files and move all data to one file without damaging or losing PST files data.
So the right solution to these issues would be one PST, a file, with all your important data. In addition, there are several other reasons to combine Outlook PST files. But the question arises as to how to combine all PST data files into a single Outlook PST file. In this article we are going to give you a selection of multiple methods of merging Microsoft Outlook PST files and move all the redistributed data to one file, but without this you will damage or not lose the PST file data. Continue reading “How to Merge Multiple Outlook PST Files?”
When the PST file size exceeds the maximum file size limit, it can lead to data loss or damage of files in adverse circumstances. The larger the PST size, the greater the concern for Outlook users. So you have to use some methods to control Outlook PST file size and space on your system. Nowadays, PST files are more vulnerable to corruption as they operate in Unicode format and larger PST size can also affect the performance of Outlook.
In this blog we are going to discuss all the possible ways to divide a large PST file into many small and manageable PST files. The solution we are going to adopt to do this task can often be used in all versions of MS Outlook. Continue reading “Manual Guide to Split PST in Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007”
Outlook application data files are storehouse all your e-mail, sent items, notations, etc. The mailbox hierarchy is stored as shown in the data file. But, there is no need for users to creating the data file manually because Outlook automatically performs all the work, after the user creates the new Outlook profile.
Sometimes, users require a lot to add a new PST file for backup and archiving purposes. Whenever any employee leaves the organization, at that time the manager want to access the employee’s email, so that at later on the manager can add the employees Outlook account PST to his account accurately without any issues. Similarly, there may be other circumstances when a user needs to close and remove data files. MS Outlook allows all such actions inside the application and the steps are simple. Continue reading “How to Add, Close and Remove Outlook Data File (PST)?”