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What is the default location of the Outlook.pst file in WINDOWS 8. II believe it is a subfolder of the Documents folder rather much farther down in the folder tree. Assume Office 2010 or Office 2012.

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What is the default location of the Outlook.pst file in WINDOWS 8. II believe it is a subfolder of the Documents folder rather much farther down in the folder tree. Assume Office 2010 or Office 2012.
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Default location: < drive:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook >
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c:\users\yourusername\documents\outlook files\outlook.pst
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