How to create a pst from an Inbox folder

Posted on 2013-01-30
Last Modified: 2013-01-30
I use Outlook 2007, but no so well. On my Inbox, I created a folder: dret_2013. I moved there all my Inbox emails.

Now, how could I create a pst file of this folder dret_2013. I attach an image.

Sorry my Outlook is in Spanish, not English, but I think you get the point.
Question by:miyahira

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derrrp earned 250 total points
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Here you go, try this:

Importing and Exporting .pst Files in Outlook 2007

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Brilliant. Thank you.

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