Updated On - 30 Dec 2019

How to Switch from Working Offline to Working Online in Outlook?

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Undoubtedly MS Outlook is a feature-rich desktop client capable of email management. Sending and receiving emails is an essential aspect of MS Outlook. This functionality can be hindered due to three prime reasons, such as an internet issue, an issue with the email account, or accidentally enabling Work Offline mode. There are some visual cues…

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2019

Ways to Import OST File to Gmail

OST to PST

MS Outlook is the most trusted and widely used email client. PST and OST are the two prominent file formats that are used by Outlook, respectively, with POP and IMAP accounts. In this post, we will be looking for ways to import OST files to Gmail. How does OST Work? Offline Outlook Data File or…

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Updated On - 30 Dec 2019

Tips to Solve “The Deleted Items Folder is Unavailable” Error in Outlook

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MS Outlook is the most preferred email client and email management tool due to its advanced features and add-ons. Just like every other tool, it has many issues and might give you error messages now and then. A prevalent issue that Outlook users are facing nowadays is an error that won’t allow them to delete…

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Updated On - 18 Oct 2019

Two OST files in my Outlook. Why?

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No user would like any undesirable space grabbed with files or documents on the system drive. Just like a recent query with the issue of two OST files in the Outlook application which regenerates even after deletion when a user logon to the account next time. Having two OST files for Outlook account becomes an…

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Updated On - 09 Aug 2019

How to change Outlook OST location using Group Policy?

OST to PST

The Offline Outlook Data File (OST file) of Outlook allows uses to work in the offline mode (Cached Exchange Mode) when the Exchange Server is down. The default location of an OST file is – C:\Users\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook C:\Documents and Settings\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook But sometimes it becomes necessary to move the OST file to another location to…

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