SCANpst OUtlook 2010

Posted on 2013-06-03
Last Modified: 2014-04-03
I wanted to know how to properly run a SCANpst utility.  This is within an Office 2010 suite.  Within an XP environment.  1 gig is the size of the pst.
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This is a video from Microsoft explaining,

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Here is also the guide:

Scanpst is rather simple to use.

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SCANPST.exe is straightforward. Once you open the program click browse, locate the .pst and run scan.

Just an FYI, I rarely find SCANPST.exe fixes anything.

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