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Backup of Outlook Mails


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maps71

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I have Office 2007 and use Outlook to receive my e-mails. How can I do a backup of them?

Thanks in advance for your help
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With Outlook closed copy the following folder. This contains contacts, your calendar, tasks and email folders.

C:\Documents and Settings\(user names)\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft
\Outlook\Outlook.pst
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When I'm at C:\Documents and Settings\TripleX\Local Settings\Application Data there's only a folder from google... Nothing more
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Are you on a limited account?
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No
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Strange.

Try C:\Documents and Settings\TripleX\Application Data and see if the folder is located within it.
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No... I've performed a search for that file and didn't appear....
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Does a search locate the Outlook folder?
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