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While using MS Outlook, most of the users save their data in a single PST file. This may cause performance issues in Outlook. Also, the addition of a large amount of data makes that PST file oversized and vulnerable to corruption.
It is challenging to manage an oversized PST file. But you can reduce PST file size or split PST file to improve the performance of MS Outlook. Also, there are many more reasons why you should reduce PST file size:
Microsoft provides two different ways by which you can keep your PST file within the desirable size limits:
Archiving is a process of moving your old emails items to a different PST file. You can specify a location for the new PST file while archiving your mailbox data. Though in a different PST file, the archived items will be visible by the name Archive Folders in the MailFolders list in Outlook.
Move to Folder
While moving to a folder, we create a separate PST file then move the items from oversized PST file to it. This method also reduces the size of PST file. The new PST file and its folders will be seen separately in MS Outlook application.
To use the archiving technique, you have to open your MS Outlook first and then use the below-mentioned steps:
To use the Move to Folder method, open your MS Outlook application and then follow below mentioned steps:
Kernel for PST Split is an intelligently designed tool that can efficiently split oversized PST files. This PST Split utility can create small, independent PST files by splitting a large PST file. This utility provides options like:
This software is suitable for technical and non-technical users.