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2013 Outlook PST backup

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Previously, there was a tool for Outlook 2007/2010 that will allow to auto backup Outlook .pst file.  Is there a tool or how to config the registry to allow auto backup for Outlook 2013?
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The Add-in for Outlook Personal Folders Backup is not available for 2013 yet. This add-in works for previous versions of Outlook.

To backup outlook 2013, you will just need to close the outlook and manaully backup the pst file to another location.

Hope this helps.
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Or you can use this tool:
https://outlookbackupaddin.codeplex.com/
It works like  Personal Folders Backup and is available for Outlook 2013.
It will backup the psd-files when closing Outlook and let's you configure
which psd-files you want to backup
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