OST FIle


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Following a very nasty virus and more adware than programs on our secretaries
computer, we were forced to completely wipe the hard drive clean and
re-install her OS and other programs. She kept all of her emails in an OST
file as to reduce the load on our email server. Now we are trying to
re-import the files from that OST file to her Outlook. Can anyone help me
figure this out?
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

the ost is tied to the profile - you'll need to resync with the server.

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Brian Tillman

Jim said:
Following a very nasty virus and more adware than programs on our
secretaries computer, we were forced to completely wipe the hard
drive clean and re-install her OS and other programs. She kept all
of her emails in an OST file as to reduce the load on our email
server. Now we are trying to re-import the files from that OST file
to her Outlook. Can anyone help me figure this out?
Since the OST is merely an automatically synced copy of the contents of the
server, you shouldn't need to worry about it. You can't keep a message in
an OST and not have it on the server as well.
 

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