How to refresh a pst made

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I need a way to refresh z pst created by code two public folder. The thing is I was using XP and now I am using Vista and I have no idea how to do it.

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How to refresh a pst made

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Hi Alex Whisler,

The common problem we will encounter in using Code Two Public Folder can only be fixed by refreshing the database as what you have mentioned above. Since you are using Vista, PST file are found by default in this location: C:Users[user]AppdataRoaming. The "user" here is reciprocal to the login name of the user whose PST file will be repaired. If in case the PST file location has changed, just go to Outlook Add-in settings to find the actual path. In looking for the file, you have to close Microsoft Outlook or else you will not be able to continue.

File name is C2 PublicFolders. PST. Then you can go to refresh PST file. For safety, you can have back-up copy of the file, because this probably means deleting it totally. Since Outlook is closed, system will now reports that PST file is in use, and then you have to end the OUTLOOK.EXE process in Windows Task Manager.

In reopening the Outlook, there will be complete synchronization of data. Synchronization of data happened when PST file is recreated and all data is pulled from Syncing Master or the server module. You must complete synchronization process in order to prevent causing of premature exiting Outlook during syncing if it is unfinished resulting to subsequent problems. Once full synchronization is done, you'll find in the above location a new C2 PublicFolders.PST file.

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