Why can't I find where my $#%^(@"* Outlook data is stored?

Posted by Jonh on Friday, July 3, 2009

All of your e-mail, contacts, attachments, calendar information, etc. - almost the entire Outlook data shebang - is stored in a single. pst file. You usually need to know the file is located if you want to, for example, back it up, or between mobile devices. However, like the ever-changing Microsoft. pst location version of the Outlook version, you may be difficult to find it.

In addition to the. pst data files, Outlook to use a variety of other documents, do things, such as to save your personal preferences. You always want to know their location, as well as.
How to solve this problem: Outlook 2007 in the general store. pst file in different locations will depend on you are using XP or Vista. In Vista, you will find it in C: \ Users \ your name \ Application Data \ Local \ Microsoft \ Outlook, if your name is your Windows user name.

In XP, it is usually in C: \ Users \ your name \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Outlook in.

Of course, there are opportunities, Outlook has been stored in different locations, but at least you can easily find their place: In Outlook, select the file - "data file management. You'll see a screen similar to the following. Look forward to the personal document the list of folders for your Outlook. pst file. it next, you'll see it listed in position.

As for all the other Outlook files, in Vista, you'll find them in C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook, and in XP they're in C:\Users\YourName\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook.