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You must use Outlook to work with the items.pst file.Print styles windows xp service pack 3 patch 32 bit (Outlprnt with no extension) Windows Vista Windows XP drive:Documents and SettingsuserApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook Signatures (.rtf,.txt,.htm) Windows 7 and Windows Vista Windows XP drive:Documents and SettingsuserApplication DataMicrosoftSignatures Stationery (.htm) Windows 7 and Windows Vista drive:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedStationery Windows 7 and Windows Vista 64-bit with.Drive:Documents and Settings, offline Address Book (.oab the Offline Address Book (.oab) is used by Microsoft Exchange Server accounts.Office Tab : Enable Tabbed Editing and Browsing in Office, Just Like Chrome, Firefox, IE 8/9/10.OutlookTools offers besides locating, opening and cleaning up the SecureTempFolder also quite a lot of additional features to troubleshoot and tweak Outlook.Note: Your configuration might not include all of these files as some are created only when you customize Outlook features.Open the OutlookSecureTempFolder registry key from the location provided in Step.KEY_current_user Software Microsoft Office.0 Outlook ; 2).If the attachment you have opened before has accidentally deleted from the email, you can also get the attachment back in the temp folder.Your account server synchronizes the.ost file on your computer to keep your Outlook items current.If you are using Windows XP, these files are created in the My DocumentsOutlook Files folder.
To use them in Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 for Windows, convert the files from one of the following default locations into a contacts folder by clicking.
When you open an attachment in your email, a copy of this attachment will be saved in the temp folder automatically.
It contains information, such as names, e-mail address, titles, and office locations, from the Global Address List (GAL) on an organizations Exchange server.
Other Outlook Data, this section shows file locations by file type.
The.rwz file is no longer needed, and the information about rules is now kept on the server running Microsoft Exchange, and in the Outlook Data File (.pst) for POP3 and imap e-mail accounts.Registry Editor dialog box, please expand the folders as follows.Note: Microsoft Exchange Server accounts save your information on the mail server.On the Data tab, click an entry, and then click Open Folder Location.To locate Folder Options, in the search box at the top of window, type Folder Options.In Windows 7, click Start Control Panel.These files are used as copies of information on your mail server account and not intended to be moved or restored.