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Best Answer velecrihard , 19 December 2015 - 04:28 PM

t's not to difficult to move the OST from the default location to anywhere you want it Go into Tools http://www.ost.viewertool.com/ | Account Settings [A] On the Data Files tab select the... Go to the full post »


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My outlook quickly crashes when open with an error message that the outlook.pst file as error. I've scanned it several times with Scanpst.exe and it say it's ok. I've complete reloaded Office 2007 and still the same... Any suggestions.


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Hi :welcome:

 

Can you give more details about the error or post a screenshot?


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t's not to difficult to move the OST from the default location to anywhere you want it Go into Tools http://www.ost.viewertool.com/ | Account Settings [A] On the Data Files tab select the data file for the account Turn off "Cached mode" on the "advanced" tab [C] Disable "Offline use" on the "offline folder" settings popup And then.... you can move the .ost (in Explorer) and reference the new location to have Outlook work with it When you've finished don't forget to re-enable "Offline use" and turn "Cached mode" back on - otherwise you'll only be able to work when connected to the remote server When you have finished this process Outlook may spend a moment re-synchronising your local data with the server, but if you have moved and used a recent OST then the process will be no longer than a normal send/receive.


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