Export .pst file data in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows 7
Apart from sending and receiving e-mails, Microsoft Outlook 2007 is a great source to store important messages, notes, appointments, contacts and even journal entries. And you can export all your e-mails and mail folders and other data from Outlook as a .pst file and transfer it to another computer or mail profile in just a single go. Before exporting .pst file data, you can save it to a network drive or any other media of your choice. However, it is important to note that .pst file saved on any kind of media can only be opened within Outlook.
Certainly, exporting .pst file is a great way to transfer your Outlook 2007 data to another computer but also it can prove to be useful or to make a backup. To help you begin exporting .pst file in Outlook 2007 on Windows 7-based PC, we have below provided an easy to understand DIY solution.
Solution to the problem:
1. Open ‘Microsoft Outlook 2007’.
2. On the File menu, click ‘Import and Export’.
3. Click ‘Export to a File’, and then click ‘Next’.
4. Click on ‘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’.
See how easily you can export .pst file in Outlook 2007. But when you begin exporting .pst file data, it is essential to delete all old tasks, messages, notes, appointments, contacts and even journal entries that get pile up. This is to make more space for more important and useful data.
In case, you are still confused on how to perform the aforementioned steps, check out our video solution.