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Outlook for Mac 2011 and Exchange ("On this computer" directories")

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Outlook for Mac 2011 with Exchange allows one to move mails to directories under "On this computer".

Where are these mails stored?

Are they stored in the same profile directory as the Exchange mail?

What format are they stored in? Is it the same olpk as the others?

What is the directory for this?
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They should be in ~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity/Data Records
I don't believe they are stored in the same database as the non "On this computer" folders.
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Yes, it's correct; they are stored in the same profile directory.
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