Updated On - 08 May 2020

Converting ANSI PST to Unicode PST in Outlook 2016, 2013 & 2010

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ANSI PST files are Outlook data files that are created with MS Outlook 97-2002 versions. The file size limit for ANSI PST is 2GB, and these files don’t support multilingual data. However, with the release of MS Outlook 2003 Microsoft started offering greater storage capacity for Outlook data files. The Unicode PST files in in…

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Updated On - 24 Dec 2020

How to Fix Missing Add-ins in Outlook 2016, 2013 or 2010?

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Over the years, Outlook has got better and better and its developers have done a tremendous job with every updated version. Outlook is very strict when it comes to add-in performance as many plug-ins do not behave expectedly. If the Add-ins have issues, an information bar appears when you start Outlook 2016, 2013 or 2010…

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Updated On - 26 Feb 2021

Fix “The Set of Folders Cannot be Opened” Error in Outlook 2016

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Organizations and individuals widely use Outlook as their email client, owing to its simplicity and integration with MS Office and other Microsoft products. Also, it provides Exchange connectivity, which is helpful for enterprise-level email communication. Though it is a popular email client, users often face many errors while using it. However, amongst many errors, the…

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Updated On - 22 Feb 2021

How to Remove Duplicate Items in Microsoft Outlook?

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When you import items in MS Outlook, and the duplicate detection option is turned off, and this is where Outlook skips the duplicate items. Once the import is completed, you cannot remove duplicate items easily. Focus on the phrase “you cannot remove duplicate items easily.” This means – you can remove the duplicate items, but…

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Updated On - 09 Apr 2021

How to Create a New PST File in MS Outlook?

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MS Outlook, while working as a desktop email client, stores its emails and other items in Outlook data files (PST). A PST file stores user emails, contacts, calendars, journals, and other items on the local disk. So the PST data is accessible only through the Outlook configured on the system where it is saved. However,…

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