Outlook 2007 – Backup selected folders

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I attempt to used generating this concept the other day, but it looks like I have to pass. I am not using exchange system. What my client wants is to be equipped to do to choose modifications or subfolder and create a duplicate for them and the emails that consists distinct holidays.

Does everyone know of any free or reasonable priced application for carrying out this problem?

Thanks in advance.

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Outlook 2007 – Backup selected folders


To export (archive, back-up) a mail folder do the following in Outlook 2007:

  1. Open Outlook.
  2. Click File -> Import and Export.
  3. Choose Export to a file, then select Personal folder file (.pst).
  4. Pick the folder to export (if you choose the topmost folder where it says Mailbox and check the include subfolders box all of your Outlook data will be exported).
  5. Decide where to save the exported file to using the Browse button.
  6. Decide what to do with duplicate data in case it happens. Go with the default if you are unsure.
  7. I usually select no encryption, but if you really need it then REMEMBER YOUR PASSWORD!
To import a folder(s) back in:
  1. Open Outlook.
  2. Click on the folder where you want to import your data into first.
  3. Click File -> Import and Export.
  4. Choose to Import from another program or file.
  5. Select Personal folder file (.pst) and then Browse to find the file to import.
  6. Choose your options regarding duplicate items.
  7. Select the folder to import from the list of folders that you backed up. Check the include subfolders box if you want folders within the top level folder to be imported.
  8. Choose to import into the current folder you selected when you started or into the same folder. Be careful with the same folder option, you can clutter one of your real folders this way by accident.

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