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how i can merge more than pst file two a one file
 
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basically File > Import > and choose import from another file... choose your .pst and when you have either done that for both .pst files or if 1 of them was already the main mailbox... copy all the contents of the imported one into the other.

Then delete the imported .psts and voila, you've merged them.
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