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I have some pst folders on a different drive that hold archival information I want to be able to access them in outlook and show them in my folder list. Is this possible? If I move them to my local drive then...do what?
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Greetings, Serena2345 !

Yes, you can view them from Outlook. Copy the PST files to the local drive. Make sure they are not write protected.  Go to File > Data File Management. Navigate to a PST file. Select a PST file. IT will appear as separate personal folder.

If you want a PST incorporated the emails into the main Personal folder, in Outlook go to File > Import emails.

Best wishes!
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