Outlook 97 or Outlook 98/2000 (Corporate Mode)
- On the Tools menu, click Services.
- Highlight Personal Folders service you want to
remove and click "Remove".
Note: Standalone users require 1 Personal Folders Service. Those connecting
to an Exchange server normally do not use a Personal Folders file when mail
is kept on the server.
Outlook 98/2000 (IMO [Internet Mail Only] Mode)
- On the View menu, click Folder List.
- Right click on the root folder of a folder list.
- Right click on the root of the extra set of Personal Folders
and choose "Disconnect" or "Close".
For the most stubborn of PSTs that will not remove from the folder list.
IMPORTANT: The following information contains information about editing the
registry. Before you edit the registry, you should first make a backup copy
of the registry files (System.dat and User.dat). Both are hidden files in
the Windows folder.
- Start RegEdit (Win9x/NT) or RegEdt32 (NT).
- Navigate to:
* Win9x users
Subsystem\Profiles\<your profile name>
* WinNT users
Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\<your profile name>
- Look in the tree under that point (it should be full of keys with long
hexadecimal value names) and look for a section that references the PST file
you want off of your folder tree. Export that section (for safety) and then
To Remove duplicate folders from Outlook 2000 you can use the TrustVare PST Duplicate Remover Application to quickly eliminate any size duplicate files from the PST. There are users has no need to install other software to delete duplicate files. With this app, users have no data limitations. Both technical and non-technical users can use this tool to delete duplicates from PST. Before the beginning deleting process computer app provides a complete preview of the PST files. Users can save their exported data as per the required location on the desktop. Use the free demo version of this app to know more features and functions of the software.
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