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If I can't use BackRex to handle the backups for Outlook 2002 then what should I use?

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To backup e-mail I normally use BackRex. It appears that I can't use it on version 2002 of Outlook. What software package (it does not have to be free) should I used that will backup and restore Outlook 2002 e-mail without any problems?  Everything will be the same. Same OS and version of Outlook. I am not transferring the e-mail from one version of Outlook to a different version.

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rindi earned 500 total points
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Just save your pst files to another location
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Thanks rindi!
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