Outlook *.pst import to Outlook Web Access???
I am wondering if there is a way to import my Personal Folder.pst into
Outlook Web Access application?
No, that's not possible, because OWA is a browser application. It knows =
nothing about files on your hard drive.=20
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
and Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for=20
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
"JimC2007" <JimC2007@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message...outlook 2003 pst and outlook pst
I had a loaner machine which has outlook 2003. I saved the outlook inbox as
a pst file. I tried to retrieve the pst file from my laptop that has an
outlook 2002 and the versions are incompatiible. I no longer have the loaner
machine and have no access to outlook 2003. How do access the pst files from
YOu don't as the file format for Outlook 2003 is incompatible with prior
versions. Your best bet is to download the trial version of Office 2003 and
open the .pst file in that Outlook. Then create a 97-2002 compatible .pst
file from within Outloo...Auto convert PST/POP to Exchange 2003 mailboxes?
We are about to convert our users from PST files (POP3) to Exchange
2003 mailboxes. As there are several hundred of users, this would be
way too heavy to do them all manually one by one. Is there a tool to
do this automatically (covert from PST/POP3 to Exchange 2003
mailboxes)? We will upgrade the users Office 2000/XP to Office 2003.
On Mon, 30 May 2005 13:50:24 +0200, Linda Lindsez
>We are about to convert our users from PST files (POP3) to Exchange
>2003 mailboxes. As there are several hundred of users, this would be
>way to...strange pst file
I have just updated Outlook 2000 to 2003 and have a problem that on face
value is well documented but in practice does not solve my problem. I
have the folders held in our exchange folder just fine. I have my pst
file and folders just fine. I have my public folders just fine BUT I
also have an extra folder which does not have a name. If I try to open
it it says "The set of folders could not be opened. The requested
information store could not be found in the active profile." If I right
click on it I get the option to 'Close "<0#w25>"' but if I try this I
get ...Accessing the same PST file from multiple WinXP Pro IDs
I am running a Windows NT 4.0 network with workstations
with Windows XP Pro. One user has Outlook 2000 on his
notebook. He has a profile to log on to the machine
itself (i.e. not on the Windows NT domain) for when
he's "on the road" and one for logging on to the NT
network domain to use the printers and network
facilities. On my personal notebook I have Office XP and
I was able to configure Outlook's data files (Tools ->
Options -> Mail Setup -> Data Files) so that I would
access the same PST file under both profiles. I cannot
figure out how/if this is poss...Cannot import Outlook.pst
I have backed up a Office 2002 Outlook.pst file on my PC
file and then reformatted the PC.
I have reinstalled Office 2002 and tried to import the
backed up Outlook.pst file but get the error "The file
Outlook.pst is not a personal folders file"
Can anyone please help?
Make sure the file isn't marked read-only. If it's on a CD, move it to your
hard drive and remove the read-only attribute.
Incidentally, it's better to simply re-use your original .PST file than to
import from it. Click here for an article on how to move your Outlook data
to a new Outlook 2002 machi...Outlook PST Date--Use with Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2003
I use Outlook 2000 on my Windows 98 Desktop and Outlook 2003 on my Windows
XP Pro Laptop.
I can sync my current Visor Neo using either PC and all is GOOD.
Now, I am considering the purchase of a new handheld which will ne sync
software and will be incompatible with Windows 98.
There will not be a problem setting up the new handheld on the Win XP PC but
I will not be able to sync with my old Handheld.
Is there a way to keep my Outlook 2002 PST file updated with new data
entered into Outlook 2003 without a sync (which won't be possible)?
Thanks in advance,
Take a look here, ...outlook.pst copy problem
I copied my outlook.pst file (150mb large) from my work
computer to a CD ROM then tried to call it up in Outlook
at home. This did not work.
I tried everthing (e.g., importing the file, copying from
the CD and putting it in my Windows folder, etc.). The
main problem is that I know I need to copy it to my hard
drive first so I can uncheck the "read only" aspect of
the file, but every time I try to copy it to my hard
drive it seems to copy the entire file, and then in the
last 5 seconds I get an error message that
states: "cannot copy outlook: invalid MS-...Exported PST greater that 2GB appears to be corrupt
When moving office I used exmerge to export user mailboxes. One of them was
over 2GB and now I cannot import it because it appears to be corrupt. Does
anyone know of any way or reliable tools to resolve this please?
Use ScanPST.exe to look for errors. You may have to run it several times. You
should also compact the PST as well or move some of the contents into a
newer, smaller PST.
Note that the PST size limit of 2 GB is for Outlook 2002 and older versions,
Outlook 2003 and up use a different format that allows the PST to grow
upwards of 20 GB. Older versions of Ou...is outlook 2003 pst backward compatible with outlook 2000?
can you take a 2003 pst file, all i want is the addresses,
and export it to another computer that has outlook
2000 on it?
Mike Hollywood, you wrote on Fri, 24 Mar 2006 19:33:08 -0500:
> can you take a 2003 pst file, all i want is the addresses,
> and export it to another computer that has outlook
> 2000 on it?
No! pst-files that has been created in Outlook 2003 can't be used in a
previous version. You need to create a new pst-file
File | New | Outlook Datafile
in Outlook's old format (Personal Folder (.pst) for Outlook 97-2002).
Then copy all addresses you need in th...Mailbox size does not decrease after PST archive
I have a user that has recently archived his mail. A week later, he
was hitting his mail cap from Exchange. This is an Exchange Server
2003 SP2 box. I always understood that if you used the archive
function in Outlook, then it would reduce the Exchange mailbox size,
but it is not happening in the case of this user. Not sure of the
answer to this or what may be the cause, but I thought I would see if
anyone else had the issue. Thanks.
On 25 Jan 2007 14:01:21 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
>I have a user that has recently archived his mail. A week later, he
>was hitting his mail...PST files in Exchange server 2003
Can we store the user pst on the exchange server 2003 in a seperate
partition.Would it affect performance.
Thanks in advance
PST files are client-only files. Exchange doesn't use them at all. Yes it
would likely detriment performance drastically, especially if your users are
trying to access PST files across the network. Why do you need PST files?
You are much better off importing that information into the users's mailbox
on the server, and then having everyone use Outlook to access the server
instead of their PST files.
"vn" &l...Restoring .pst file/s
My hard drive crashed so a technician at PC World installed a new one. I
have regularly backed up my data on a clickfree automatic backup over the
past year so was confident that I could restore my pictures, documents,
Outlook 2007 e-mails and address book. I have managed to restore m picture
and documents but don't know how to restore my e-mails and address book.
I've looked at "Backup and Restore How To Outlook" on the Microsoft website
but it doesn't help me. I have managed to get the .pst files onto my PC from
clickfree but don't know how to tran...Creating Outlook PST with script
We have to create Outlook PST files for our 150 users.
But, It is so difficult to create these manually.
Does anyone recommand a tool or script to create Outlook PST profiles in
On Wed, 15 Feb 2006 13:52:32 +0200, "Koray Ersin"
>We have to create Outlook PST files for our 150 users.
>But, It is so difficult to create these manually.
>Does anyone recommand a tool or script to create Outlook PST profiles in
Use Group Po...Non-Outlook access to old O2k .pst
I have about 670 mb of old messages in the Outlook 2000 .pst files on my 'old' pc.
Cannot afford to license Outlook on my 'new' pc.
I can/will put the O2k files on the 'new' pc, which runs Win7 HP-64 OEM.
How can I access them there if/when I need to dig an old Email out?
Any/all help/suggestions much appreciated.
"Law Without Equity Is No Law At All. It Is A Form Of Jungle Rule."
"Puddin' Man" <puddingDOTman@gmail.com> wrote in message
> I have about 670 mb ...Repair PST file in Outlook
I have spent hours and hours to solve this problem:
My PC broke down and I had to repair the outlook 2000 pst-
Ewerything seemed to work just fine when repairinh. I was
told that most messeges were repaired, Whe I imported the
mail-folders it also seemed to be just fine BUT ALL
IMPORTED FOLDERS WERE EMPTY. I did watch the import-proces
and I'm sure that a lot of mails were im fact imported
(names were shown). Also when a folder contained many
mails it took quit some time to import.
the "new" pst file were app. the same size before and
I have followed...Import of .pst files from one Outlook to another Outlook
I'm working in Outlook 2002 and my computer has been
reinstalled (formated etc.).
Now I want to import the old files from Outlook into the
exact same Outlook (just reinstalled on a new partition).
I can't do this.
It's possible to import from Outlook Express and other
programs but not form another Outlook!
I have the files backed up from earlier.
I can't believe it's not possible to import these files...
Please help me.
Why are you trying to import a native Outlook file type? (BTW - you can
only use ...Unable to load Outlook 2000 .pst file
I have been using Outlook 2000 on a Windows XP system; recently I had to
reinstall Windows and all my applications after a corrupt registry problem.
I reinstalled Outlook 2000 from my CD and applied all the updates from the
web. Then I tried to open my .pst file and I got the “not a personal folder
file" error. I have checked that the read-only attribute is not on, and I
have run scanpst which repairs the file but then when I load the repaired
file into Outlook 2000, there are no records in the email folder. The file
size is 630 MB, so it is not close to the 2 GB limit....How to compare PST files?
I sync two laptops with my PSTs with Goodsync on OL2007. That detects
differences at the file level. There USED to be a tool for comparing
PSTs, but it has been withdrawn. When the two PSTs are different, and I
have added to both of them, is there a tool that will find the
differences? Mail items only.
I'm happy with Easy2Sync:
Michael Bauer - MVP Outlook
Manage and share your categories:
<http://www.vboffice.net/product.html?pu...Help: MAPI can't find PSTPRX.DLL
Can anyone suggest how I can make outlook 2002 work
properly. Everytime I press send/receive it says MAPI can
not locate PSTPRX.DLL. I have done search and it is not
on my computer. Please can anyone assist?
just trying out 1st time
>Can anyone suggest how I can make outlook 2002 work
>properly. Everytime I press send/receive it says MAPI
>not locate PSTPRX.DLL. I have done search and it is not
>on my computer. Please can anyone assist?
See if this info helps:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.asp...Outlook 2007 Pst repaire tool
I have started to use Office 2007. And I wounder where I can find
Have looked into my computer, but can not find it.
Thank you in advance.
I think it's in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12 directory
"Dag N" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have started to use Office 2007. And I wounder where I can find
> Scanpst.exe file.
> Have looked into my computer, but can not find it.
Diane P...AutoArchiving Password protected PST?
Running Outlook 2003 SP3, when attempting to auto-archiving password
protected pst's I get an error that the version I'm using does not
support auto-archiving password protected folders, and that I need to
upgrade the software. Is there a work-around? do I really need to go to
...I can't delete a pst folder-error message:an object could not be f
I exported a pst file and removed the e-mails that were exported
I added the pst file later to find something
I noticed an e-mail in the wrong folder and moved it to the correct location
(not a good idea)
now when I want to close the pst file I cannot - I get the error message
"The operation failed. An object could not be found."
I don't know which e-mail(s) I moved so I cannot move them back
Is there any to delete the pst file?
If you have any problems with pst file, you can try a tool called Advanced Outlook Repair. You can download a free demo version at http://w...Outlook XP compatibility with 2003 PST files
Tried to import a .PST file from Office 2003 into Outlook
XP, but got an error - file incompatible. I need to go
back to Office XP. Is there a way, or utlily to let me
import a 2003 .PST file into Outlook XP?
Outlook 2003 defaults to using an Outlook 2003 PST file format. If you did
not select in Outlook 2003 to use the Outlook 97-2002 Personal Folders File
(*.PST) format, then it may not be possible to import or recover any data
from the PST file. In Outlook 2003 click Tools | E-mail Accounts | View or
Change existing e-mail accounts, click New Outlook Data File and ...Loading Outlook integ fails unable to load OutlookPstInstaller.dll
On one PC only after reload of user profile cannot reload Outlook integration
due to OutlookPstInstaller.dll not loading