email an outlook folder

Is there a way to email an Outlook Folder?
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Brian GeeCommented:
You can PST the folder which will invariably get the folder transferred intact.
Brian GeeCommented:
To create a PST, go to File > Import and Export > Export to a fileNext > Personal Folder File (.pst)Next > select the folder in question from the folder list > Next > Finish.

You can then email the resulting PST file as an attachment provided that it is a file size that is able to be sent by your email client. The recipient just needs to import the PST to see the folder with all of its email contents.

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GretaleatoAuthor Commented:
Thank you, very helpful
Brian GeeCommented:
^ Outlook 2003.

In Outlook 2010:

File > Open > Import > Export to a FileOutlook Data File (.pst)Next > select the folder in question > Next > confirm name and path of the PST file to be created > Next > Finish.
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