Windows 10: Backup Outlook 2016 via pst file (?)

  1.    31 Aug 2016 #1

    Backup Outlook 2016 via pst file (?)


    Hi;
    Would like to sync (Win 7) outlook 2010 and (Win 10) outlook 2016. Specifically for email and calendars.
    I believe the easiest way would be a sync'd or shared pst file. Comments or suggestions appreciated.
    Vant
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    31 Aug 2016 #2

    i had no problems of "syncing" - just deinstalled outlook 2010 and entered correct information to outlook 2016 and its done.
    sure i had to fix the syncing from 12months (default) to all but not a biggo.

    depends ofc if your email provider is imap or some stuff, then you need the pst file from the old outlook
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

Related Threads
Installed MS Office 2016. In setting up an email account in Outlook, I somehow left off the .com part of my email address but never the less, it appears as one of the email accounts on the screen. It does not appear under my account settings but I...
Outlook 2016 in Browsers and Email
Address book missing from recent upgrade. Attempting to send email I click "TO:" and no address book is showing my list of contacts. Recently transferred from old pc to new pc using WD Passport. Though Passport would transfer all files and data....
Hi, OK I have read many threads and posts about the solution "ZeroConfigExchange". But it does'nt work for my Windows 10 clients. Windows 10 x64 Office 2016 Office 365 / Azure AD accounts Client computer is join with Azure AD so the users...
My employer (School Board) requested all staff laptops be returned over summer so the OS could be upgraded from Win 7 Enterprise, so I did an export of my Outlook 2010 file to work on from home- they now want all Outlook profiles below 50 MB. My...
I have an HP a6547c desktop that has gone from Vista to Windows 8.1 and finally to Windows 10. Attached is a Western Digital 1TB external hard drive that was wiped clean. I started the Windows Backup program (worried at first when it said Backup...
Our Sites
Site Links
About Us
Windows 10 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. "Windows 10" and related materials are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.

Designer Media Ltd
All times are GMT -5. The time now is 09:51.
Find Us