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Save Outlook 2010 Archive Remotely

Save Outlook 2010 Archive Remotely

Have you ever had your computer lost or stolen, had to format it, or had a corrupted HDD, well if you have you’ll know its a pain, especially when trying to get you data back. Now with high-speed networks and cheap storage its becoming more common to backup are data remotely. This helps reduce data lost in the event your computer is lost or damaged.

This is all fair and well for your documents, you just copy them to a remote server and you can sleep safe in the knowledge your files will be OK. But what about your emails, these can be just as important, if not more, then your documents, in fact someone told me the other day that his emails were like is calendar and identity and would be completely lost without them, so its worth ensuring they are all backed up correctly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Find Mailbox Size In Outlook 2010

How do you know how much space your emails are taking up on your computer. Well if you are using outlook there is a simple way to find out how much space your using.

Outlook stores all its emails in something called a data file (or .pst file) these can usually be found in your local settings folder (“C:\users\[USER NAME]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook”). In outlook 2010 these data files are shown as either your Mailbox, Archive or Personal Folders. So how do we find out how big these files are: Read the rest of this entry »

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