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Merge PST Files
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PST Merge technique can help Outlook user to operate and access their multiple PST files through one single PST file. It allow user combine more than one PST email file in one single file securely. To know more use of using Merge technique and best solution of combining PST files visit here:- Merge Multiple PST Files.
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Step 1: Open Outlook email-client on your computer by given below methods:

·        Outlook 2007: Click on File > Import and Export;

·        Outlook 2010: Press File > Open > Import;

·        Outlook 2013: Tap on File > Open & Export > Import/Export;

Step 2:  Now, Select Import from another program or file -> click Next button.                

Step 3: After that, choose the Outlook Data File (PST)-> then press Next button.

Step 4: Click the Do not import duplicates box-> press Browse button.

Step 5: Select the PST file you don’t open in Outlook-> click Open-> and then Next.

Step 6: In Second Import Outlook Data File dialog box, Search Import items into the same folder in box-> click the box below and mention the PST file that you have opened -> then click Finish button.

Step 7: Once the process is completed, a dialog box will pops up pops up to and then automatically gets closed.

Note: All the PST file that you want to merge should not be corrupted.


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