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.PST File help !

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by altern8, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. altern8

    altern8 Registered Member

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    I need some help in this matter my outlook 2007 has slowed down i have over 4k emails in my inbox, i copied my inbox to pst file but cant open due to the file size being over 512 mb , how can i split the files or is there a fee program available for this function.

    I have tried many free software applications available and its comes back either file is corrupt or it wants you to pay a subscription fee.

    Please if anyone can point in the the right direction of knows how best to split the files so i can open then would be appreciated please advise.
     
  2. altern8

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    Please help a fellow BHW Member
     
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    Use the Outlook Archive feature in Outlook to reduce the PST file size whereby you create an additional auxiliary PST file. That said Outlook 2007 supports PST files much larger than 512MB so some other factor is in play.
     
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    Did you try this?

    Code:
    http://www.outlook2007repair.com/split-4gb-pst-file.php
     
  5. altern8

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    Thanks Bertbaby , im coping files over now i thought perhaps i would have to store these files on a separate hardrive to speed up outlooks performance because up until now it has slowed right down. Will this free up my outlook and increase the speed .
     
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    Thanks Cyberzilla

    is this not a paid application ??you would recommend this ...
     
  7. altern8

    altern8 Registered Member

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    cyberzilla

    that tool looks good but it wants you to pay $129 :( to use the program.

    does any1 have a cracked version ....??
     
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    Demo version is available, please try that.
     
  9. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Open outlook and archive all the emails. 512 MB of pst doesn't have any problems, I have more than 4GB file.
    Outlook always shows the message when opened "Do you like to archive all the emails". Whenever that message shows keep archiving your emails.
     
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    mohitstellar Newbie

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    You can also try Stellar PST File Splitter which is a powerful tool to Split Large PST File into many small sized PST files on the basis of Date, Time, Email Ids & Folders.
     
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    Well, Outlook's performance generally degrades when the PST file become oversized. The only way to improve Outlook performance is reduce the PST file and keep it under control. This can be done by deleting unwanted and useless stuffs from the PST file, compressing the PST, emptying its 'Deleted Items Folder' and so on. But in case after performing all these methods, Outlook's performance do not improve, then splitting or cropping the larger PST file into smaller one using Outlook Crop PST File is the only way out. This will surely resolve the issue and will make Outlook PST work faster in a better manner.