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I have an outlook file that didn't import even leaving it overnight.  Is there a tool that I can use to compact/clean up the PST file?  The account on the old comptuer that I took the PST file from has been deleted.
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To run the Inbox Repair Tool, follow these steps:

   1. Click Start, and then point to Find or to Search, depending upon your operating system.
   2. In the Search for files or folders named box, type scanpst.exe
      Note If you cannot find the Scanpst.exe file in the Search box, try to locate the file manually.
   3. Double click the Scanpst.exe file to open the Inbox Repair Tool.
   4. Type the path and the file name of the personal folders (.pst) file or click Browse to locate the file by using the Windows file system.
   5. Click Start.
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