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when i export a folder to .pst file such as deleted items or a custom folder i created. then i delete those emails so its not on my mail server. but to have access to it, i have to click, FILE, OPEN, OPEN PST FILE.
the problem imi having is that when you see the data file on the left side , it says "Outlook data File". i want it to read what the file name is.

is there a way ?
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You have to select the "Outlook data File", the  Right Click and select "Properties" and then "Advanced Options", you will get the path of the pst file
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