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Exporting certain e-mails from Outlook 2003

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We have a user using Office 2003.

He is in a court case and needs to submit e-mails from a certain vendor regarding a certain subject. The user has a folder with all of the emails from the vendor. Only certain e-mails have to do with the subject in question. The subject is in the title of the e-mails.

The folder in question has over 800 emails in it. The user would like to isolate the emails dealing with the topic above and submit them via .pst or some other method. He is trying to avoid printing out hundreds of e-mails.

Is this possible and if so, how do we accomplish this.

Thank you in avice.
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Your best bet is to do the following:

1) Use the inbox search function to find the e-mails in this folder, with the subject line he wants to export.
2) Use the shift+click method to select all the resulting e-mails, and either copy, or move these e-mails to a new folder.
3) Use the Archive tool to archive everything in that folder, which will allow you to create a pst file with just those e-mails.
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