msnpst file

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  1. adgorn

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    My friend uses msn for email and was accessing it via the web. He wanted to
    switch to access it via Outlook and apparently tried some different ways,
    that resulted in creating 2 pst files ("personal" and one that seems to have
    his msn email name.)

    But I also noticed an older file with an "msnpst" extension. I don't think
    that is being used. So what is that? Can he delete it?

    Thanks.
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    adgorn, Apr 21, 2009
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  2. If its not being used it can be deleted - you can go by the file date.

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    "adgorn" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > My friend uses msn for email and was accessing it via the web. He wanted
    > to
    > switch to access it via Outlook and apparently tried some different ways,
    > that resulted in creating 2 pst files ("personal" and one that seems to
    > have
    > his msn email name.)
    >
    > But I also noticed an older file with an "msnpst" extension. I don't
    > think
    > that is being used. So what is that? Can he delete it?
    >
    > Thanks.
    > --
    > Alan
     
    Diane Poremsky [MVP], Apr 21, 2009
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