Splitting Big PST Files

Posted on 2006-05-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I want to split the Pst file if the size of it becomes larger than 1GB because if big pst file is put on the network i.e home drive for the users I will create a big network traffic when accessing that. So there a single click solution of splitting a 1GB pst file to 500MB each.
Question by:tsultan
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    Greetings, tsultan !

    OutlookFix will you to split PST files to smaller ones

    Best wishes!
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    HI tsultan

    check this out
    All the best

    Rupesh Krishna
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    by:David Lee
    Greetings, tsultan.

    As a side note, Microsoft does recommend or support placing PST files on a network drive.

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    Thanks, war1

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