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Outlook PST Files

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Is it possible to access in a locally stored PST file even after the account has been disabled?
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Yes, just import the .pst file assuming you have a local copy of the .pst file. You will not get any new mail if the account is disabled but you will at least be able to access the mail before it was disabled.
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yes,no need to configure email account.
 you can import .pst in outlook without account.
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