Exporting Outlook emails to pst

A co-worker needs to collect sent and received email correspondences between herself and 50 specific people during a certain timeframe and export these into a pst. I need to do this for her. I am vaguely familiar with how to do it for ALL her emails during a certain timeframe, but I don't know how to specify just those 50 different people.
     We are using Outlook 2013.
john8217Asked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You need to export the folders (hopefully just one) with the 50 people in them and then sort out (delete out) what you do not want.
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NinjaStyle82Systems AdministratorCommented:
I would create a new PST data file, then do an outlook search for the emails you need. After you find them just copy them over to the PST.
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
In Outlook 2013
- Open & Export
- Import / Export
- Export to File
Import Export- Next
- Outlook Data File (.pst)
Outlook Data File- Next
- Choose the folder you wish to export or very top which is users email address and exports all email.
Export Outlook Data File- Choose Filter (circled in red)
- Advanced tab
- Fields
- Date / Time
- Received
- Sent
- Note: there are other fields to choose from that may be more suited what you're looking for.
- Add to criteria to your search
- Next
- Save exported file as:
- I would name the file something that you can easily remember, for example backup_date.pst
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