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Outlook 2003 .pst location, change

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Outlook 2003 on a WinXP sp2 computer.
Is there a way to redirect the default .pst file to a network location?
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Greetings kaplang1,

You would move your PST file to new location and point Outlook to the new location
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291636

Use the Outlook 2002 procedure, as it is similar to Outlook 2003..


Best wishes, war1
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