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An oversized 2 GB Outlook PST file
« on: 14. March 2016., 11:19:49 »
Split PST tool is excellent utility which divides large PST file into manageable and smaller PST files as per the specific criterion like size, date, folder and email id, and protects them from any corruption issues because of file size limits.It will supports all versions of MS Outlook like 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2010 Etc.

To download:-  http://www.mannatsoftware.com/stellar-phoenix-split-pst.html


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An oversized 2 GB Outlook PST file
« on: 14. March 2016., 11:19:49 »




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« Reply #1 on: 14. March 2016., 15:28:12 »
I Do My Own Cooking ( Whenever Possible ) And I Do Not Need To Buy A Solution To This Problem.

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I Have A Dual Core PC With XP PRO And OUTLOOK 2003 PRO.

How To Deal With OverSized PST Files When OUTLOOK Becomes Too Slow:


A - When Installing OUTLOOK:

A1 - Configure OUTLOOK To The Most Detail And Before Importing Any Mails,

A2 - Close OUTLOOK,

A3 - Permanently Copy And Identify OUTLOOK.PST Somewhere Else To Serve As An Image ( Around 15MB In My Case ) When You Need OUTLOOK To Become Faster.

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B - Saving Individual Mails ( Only Important Ones ):

B1 - I Save Individual Mails Into File Formats .MSG ( The Simpler Format ),

B2 - If I Need To Bring A Specific Mail Into OUTLOOK Again, I Just Click The File Inside An Windows Explorer Session.


C - Saving Already Bloated OUTLOOK.PST Files ( Around 5000 Mails And 300MB In My Case ):

C1 - Close OUTLOOK,

C2 - Permanently Move And Identify OUTLOOK.PST Somewhere Else, If You Need To Bring It Back,

C3 - Replace ( C2 ) With An Originally Renamed Copy Of ( A3 ),

C4 - If You Need To Tweak The Original Configuration, This Is The Optimum Time To Do It - Do Not Forget To Repeat ( A ).


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Re: An oversized 2 GB Outlook PST file
« Reply #2 on: 12. September 2016., 12:02:53 »
You can use Archive from Outlook to split pst (i.e. one file per year) and then run the compact command to free/reduce  the space on the main pst file)

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Re: An oversized 2 GB Outlook PST file
« Reply #3 on: 19. September 2016., 20:56:34 »
You can use Archive from Outlook to split pst (i.e. one file per year) and then run the compact command to free/reduce  the space on the main pst file)

Before two Months I desperately needed some solution for this problem... finally it's resolved with using splitting system from WinRAR... probably it is much easier on your way. :-/

Do you have some link(s) with detailed instructions ??

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Re: An oversized 2 GB Outlook PST file
« Reply #4 on: 24. November 2016., 22:38:49 »
Why speaking of oversized Outlook PST file? I have a 6.2 GB PST file without any problem under Office 2013. I don't understand this topic!

 

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