Outlook 2007


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Jaycee

I have an issue with multiple Archive.pst files in my system. Earlier I was
using Outlook 2003 and now Outlook 2007. Every time I archive my mails I give
different archive file names with YYMMDD as suffix. I keep the back up all
old archive files. When I started using Outlook 2007 I wanted to have one
Outlook.pst and Archive.pst file in my system. To do this I tried Import of
multiple Archive files into single Outlook.pst with 'Replace duplicates with
items imported' option and then Archive from the new Outlook.pct file.
However I find all duplicates remaining in the new files. Can anyone give me
a solution to remove all duplicates and clean up my .pst files?
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

I have an issue with multiple Archive.pst files in my system. Earlier I was
using Outlook 2003 and now Outlook 2007. Every time I archive my mails I
give
different archive file names with YYMMDD as suffix. I keep the back up all
old archive files. When I started using Outlook 2007 I wanted to have one
Outlook.pst and Archive.pst file in my system. To do this I tried Import of
multiple Archive files into single Outlook.pst with 'Replace duplicates with
items imported' option and then Archive from the new Outlook.pct file.
However I find all duplicates remaining in the new files. Can anyone give me
a solution to remove all duplicates and clean up my .pst files?

Duplicate removers can be found here:
http://www.slipstick.com/addins/mail_duplicates.asp
Importing is generally not advisable. Open the PST with File>Open>Outlook
Data File and copy the contents of one PST to the other.
 

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