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Support type: E-mail: How to Archive Mail to Reduce Size
Last updated: Nov 13, 2012
Topic ID: 105

Topic Summary

If you store your PST on your home directory (X drive), follow the directions below to attach your PST from Outlook.


  1. Open Outlook 2010. Then click "File".

    Open Outlook 2010. Then click "File".

  2. Click "Open" on the left menu, then click "Open Outlook Data File" on the right.

    Click "Open" on the left menu, then click "Open Outlook Data File" on the right.

  3. If your PST is stored on your home directory (X drive) you can browse to it via the left menu. It may be located under a subfolder. Most people use a folder called "Outlook"

    If your PST is stored on your home directory (X drive) you can browse to it via the left menu. It may be located under a subfolder. Most people use a folder called "Outlook"

  4. After you click open, your PST will show up on the left side under your Exchange mailboxes.

    After you click open, your PST will show up on the left side under your Exchange mailboxes.