Export .pst file data in Microsoft Outlook 2003 in Windows 7
Do you know Microsoft Outlook 2003 automatically stores messages, appointments, notes, contacts and journal entries? And Outlook 2003 stores all this in a personal folder, called as a .pst file on your hard disk. You can export .pst file to restore all of your Outlook 2003 data in case of hardware failure or unexpected data loss. Also, it is feasible to export .pst file when you want to transfer data from your one computer to another computer or have to transfer data from one hard disk to another drive. This way, you can prevent losing your important Outlook data.
When it comes to exporting .pst file data in Microsoft Outlook 2003 installed on a Windows 7-based computer system, it is extremely easy and can be done in just a few simple steps. Below we have provided a comprehensive DIY solution for your help.
Solution to the problem:
1. Open ‘Microsoft Outlook 2003’.
2. On the File menu, click ‘Import and Export’.
3. Click ‘Export to a File’, and then click ‘Next’.
4. Click ‘Personal Folder File’ (.pst) and then click ‘Next’.
5. Click the folder that you want to export the .pst file to, and then click ‘Next’.
6. Click on ‘Browse’, and then select the location where you want the new .pst file to be saved.
7. In the ‘File Name box’, type the name that you want to use for the new .pst file and then click ‘OK’.
8. Click ‘Finish’.
Wasn’t that really simple? However, while exporting.pst file ensure to delete the old data that is no longer in use. This will make more space to export much more important data.
If you want better understanding on the mentioned solution, go through our video solution, wherein you can watch how to perform each of the steps adequately, without any scope of mistake.