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#1 marie-pauline

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Posted 30 April 2005 - 02:30 AM

Please could someone tell me how I back up all my data in Outlook. I am very aware that I should have a back up in case of disaster but dont know how to do it.
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Posted 30 April 2005 - 05:28 AM

Since you are using Win XP, but you don't say what version of Outlook,
you are using, one of these three references should guide
you through the process of backing up your important information,
and recovery of it also should that become necessary.

General Outlook Backup Tutorial

How to back up and recover Outlook Express data

How to back up, to restore, or to move Outlook 2002 data in Outlook 2002

You may want to use the automatic back up utility explained
in the third link in the section titled:
"How to Automate the Back Up of Personal Folders (.pst) Files with the Personal Folder Backup Utility"

I have this auto-run utility working for me and find it quite handy.

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