PST Backup


The Personal Storage Folder, better known as the .pst file, contains the majority of the data in Outlook. The contents of the PST data file include all your emails present in the Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items folder, Drafts, Deleted Items folder, RSS Feeds, and Junk E-mail folders. Other than the emails, it also consists of contacts, journal entries, calendar, tasks, notes, Email accounts, settings, etc. Since the PST file is so very important, it is essential to take a backup of the Outlook .pst file to avoid losing valuable data in case the PST file corruption and deletion instances.


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Maintaining an updated backup of email turns very important as it not only holds your important emails or personal contents but as it PST also accommodates Tasks, RSS feeds, Notes, and other precious information. Is it not great, if you can get back all your deleted backup files of Outlook within a few clicks? Every single chance of losing a backup file and this can put one into a troublesome situation. In order to overcome such issues with Microsoft Outlook, one can try out the Outlook backup program, refer this page for more details- https://www.migrateoutlook.com/outlook-backup.html.


Sometimes we decide to replace our old system with the new one. At that time migrating the PST files from your old computer to your new laptop can even reduce your trouble of creating a new account again. Thereby, it is is always better to opt for the alternative and easy approach to migrate the Outlook data file. Yes, you can straightaway utilize the Migrate Outlook application utility that is been crafted by the industry experts keeping in mind about file migration from one system to another. Hop on the article on how to migrate Outlook PST to a new PC.

You can locate the PST file on your Outlook by following the steps given below-

  • Open the Outlook app, and click on the Tree View option to get the folders displayed as shown in the figure below.

 

Tree View

 

  • You can find a folder named Personal Folders at the top of the tree. Right-click on this folder and click on Properties.
  • On clicking Properties, a new window is displayed as shown below. Press on the Advanced button present on the bottom right hand of the window.

 

Select personal folders

 

  • A new window displays the filename and the location path of the PST file as shown in the figure below.

 

Pst file path

 

You can make use of the path and take a backup copy of the folders that you need, by using the Import/Export option provided by the Outlook. But this is a tedious and time-consuming process since you would have to repeat the same process for each Outlook item. You can avoid all these complexities and take a complete backup of all your Outlook data by making use of Migrate Outlook software. This program lets you migrate all your Outlook data within a single click of the mouse from one Outlook version to another. For instance, one can migrate PST contents from Outlook 2003 to 2007.

 

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