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We wanted to let you know about some good news from the Exchange team.They've released a new administrative tool called PST Capture that helps IT administrators manage .pst files. It lets them search across networks to discover .pst files and then import them into Exchange Server or Exchange Online.
So what's a .pst file? It's a data file in which Outlook stores and backs up your messages and other items on your computer. You can imagine how large they get as you email and work on your computer, or even larger when you copy your inbox on a new PC. Their ever growing size is the reason IT administrators groan if you're one of those packrats with 24,000 messages in your inbox. PST Capture was designed to help IT managers manage you.
This tool is just one example of how the Exchange team is incorporating feedback from customers into improvements they're making to Outlook. This one helps limit growth of .pst files in order to ensure better control over data. Another new improvement to Outlook also prevents .pst files multiplying on a network. It allows administrators to disable copying files to the local file system, which prevents the number of .pst files from growing as a result of copying or moving them between accounts
We hope you'll find PST Capture a welcome addition into the Outlook and Exchange family.
Read more here: http://aka.ms/pstwalk
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Being a Unix minded guy (still am) I've been very skeptical of PST's myself. After all; mbox was much easier because you always had direct access to everything. Its even the format used by clients such as Thunderbird.
Well, that was untill I eventually decided to give Outlook 2010 a try. "Then I saw its face... Now I'm a believer!" :-)
Alas, this looks cool! Right now its sits in my virtual Windows XP (using Win7 professional has its advantages) and I'm definitely going to look into this somewhere next week.
Thanks for posting!
Please HELP ME!
I have a couple Outlook Archive files (.pst) that are too large to open. Nothing is working, and I need these emails for court, as I am trying to get custody of my children.
My M/S outlook is showing I have over 500 items but I cannot access them. I gather they have been achived but do not know how to access them. Can anyone suggest how I can retrieve these emails.
Is it possible to capture pst files into Outlook.com ?