How To's

How to back up .pst file data that is located on a Microsoft Exchange Server

To know how to back up your data if you use Outlook with a Microsoft Exchange Server, you have to know where the data is stored. The default delivery and storage location for Outlook data is the Exchange Server mailbox. The Exchange Server administrator usually handles backups of the mailboxes on th ...

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How to back up Outlook settings files

If you have customized settings, such as toolbar settings and Favorites, that you want to replicate on another computer or restore to your computer, you might want to include the following files in your backup ...

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How to back up Personal Address Books

Your Personal Address Book might contain e-mail addresses and contact information that is not included in an Outlook Address Book or contact list. The Outlook Address Book can be kept either in an Exchange Server mailbox or in a .pst file. However, the Personal Address Book creates a separate file ...

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How to export .pst file data

If you want to back up only some of your Outlook data, you can create a new backup .pst file of only the data that you want to save. This is also known as exporting .pst file data. For example, you might want to use this section if you have important information in only some folders and you have oth ...

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How to import .pst file data into Outlook

You can use the backup copy of your .pst file to restore your Outlook data if the original .pst file is damaged or lost. Everything that is saved in the .pst file is returned to Outlook ...

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How to transfer Outlook data from one computer to another computer

You cannot share or synchronize .pst files between one computer and another computer. However, you can still transfer Outlook data from one computer to another computer. Use the instructions in the "How to make a backup copy of a .pst file" section to copy the .pst file to a CD or DVD-ROM or other p ...

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Access Hidden Regional Themes in Windows 7

Windows 7 offers you location specific Aero themes based on the language and location you pick during installation. Here we will take a look at accessing other hidden themes from different countries. When you first start the Windows 7 installation the first thing you will do is select alanguage, ti ...

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Disable or Enable the Homegroup Feature in Windows 7

In Windows 7 the Home group feature is petty cool, It's a great way to share files and printers with all your Windows 7 computers, but if you don't want to use it any more, you can simply disable or enable the feature easily. ...

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Installing Remote Desktop Web Connection in Windows XP

This article describes how to install the Remote Desktop Web Connection in Windows XP. With the Remote Desktop Web Connection, you can start a remote desktop connection from your Web browser. To do so, point your browser to a server that is configured with Remote Desktop Web Connection, download an ...

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Windows 7 Tweak for adding letters to link window

Here's another tweak I do when setting up Windows 7. It makes for a much smoother transition for folks that are used to mapped drives and much smoother when coming from Windows XP and not going through the migration of Vista. I call it my "link" trick. First off youmap drives for folks using whateve ...

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