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I have OL on my laptop.  I have my personal store (Pers PST)  resident on my USB Drive.  At work I have MS Exchange.  Can I access my Pers PST at work? How?
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Greetings, garyrobbins !

In Outlook at work, If you are using Outlook 2003, from the File Menu select Data File Management, then Add. Select from the list.  See the section on Using Personal Folder on this webpage:

http://asp2.wlv.ac.uk/its/website/selfhelp/help/outlook/outlook_personal_folders.asp

Best wishes!
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Greetings, garyrobbins.

I'd be careful about using a PST on my USB drive.  If you pulled the USB drive out while Outlook was open you could damage the PST.  

Cheers!
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Thanks for the prompt response.   This was my first question.
I am delighted to find such a wonderful resource!
Both answers were helpful.
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