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Any way to get the statistics of a pst to a file.

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Hi,

Any way to get the statistics of a pst to a file.
Outlook Pst files Stats to a file.(Txt file)
Regards
SHarath
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Hi, bsharath.

What statistics?
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by:bsharath
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No of files in each folder.
Size of each folder.

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That's pretty simple.  Here's the macro code for doing this.  Follow these instructions to use this:

1.  Start Outlook.
2.  Click Tools->Macro->Visual Basic Editor.
3.  If not already expanded, expand Modules and click on Module1.
4.  Copy the code below and paste it into the right-hand pane of the VB Editor.
5.  Edit the code as needed.  I placed comment lines where things can, or need, to change.
6.  Click the diskette icon on the toolbar to save the changes.
7.  Close the VB Editor.
8.  Click Tools->Macro->Security.
9.  Change the Security Level setting to Medium.
10. Click on the folder you want to process.  The code will process that folder and all its subfolders.

Dim objFSO As Object, _
    objFile As Object

Sub GetFolderStats()
    Dim olkFolder As Outlook.MAPIFolder
    Set olkFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    'Change the file name and path on the following line as desired.
    Set objFile = objFSO.CreateTextFile("C:\Folder Stats.txt", True)
    ProcessFolder olkFolder, 0
    objFile.Close
    Set objFile = Nothing
    Set objFSO = Nothing
    MsgBox "All done!"
End Sub

Sub ProcessFolder(objFolder As Outlook.MAPIFolder, intDepth As Integer)
    Dim olkSubFolder As Outlook.MAPIFolder, _
        olkItem As Object, _
        lngSize As Long
    For Each olkItem In objFolder.Items
        lngSize = lngSize + olkItem.Size
    Next
    objFile.WriteLine Space(intDepth * 2) & objFolder.Name & " (Items: " & objFolder.Items.Count & " Size: " & Format(lngSize, "###,###,###,##0") & ")"
    For Each olkSubFolder In objFolder.Folders
        ProcessFolder olkSubFolder, intDepth + 1
    Next
    Set olkItem = Nothing
    Set olkSubFolder = Nothing
End Sub


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