Changing Outlook IMAP directory from C: to D:

Have tried to edit registry with forcepath, didn't work.
Would really want to put my outlook imap gmail data in D, since I can't have in C anymore (disk is full, it's a SSD small drive for programs, not data).

I like outlook 2010 since it doesn't have bugs like 2013 and 2016 (updating with server and using a lot of bandwidth).

Anyone has a real solution for this directory issue ?
Elyse RemyAsked:
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
Did you moved your PST file after you've changed ForcePSTPath setting in registry ??/
It should work. I did this for myself 2 years ago
Step by step manual is here

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You can also back up your PST / OST files for safety, then delete your email profile in Control Panel, Mail. Open Outlook and make a new account. Use the manual method, not wizard and point the email file to D:  When done, you can copy your PST / OST files to the new location overwriting the small new files. I assume you got no mail while doing this.
Elyse RemyAuthor Commented:
I have moved PST after and before ForcePSTPath setting. Will retry this week, who knows... Will stop all incoming trafic just in case ...
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