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How to Merge multiple PST in Outlook 2013?

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  • Merge PST Data Files Manually

    The manual method is not straightforward; it is a two-step process.

    Step 1: Create a New Outlook PST File

    1. Open Outlook,
    2. Click on Home tab, click New Items, click More Items > Outlook Data File.
    3. Browse for the path to save the file, give it a name, and click Ok.

    New Outlook PST file is now created.

    Step 2: Import Outlook Data to New PST file

    In this step, the data from existing PST data files will be transferred to the new file created in Step 1.

    1. Open Outlook, and click on File tab.
    2. Click on Open & Export > Import/Export.
    3. Select Import from another program or file; click Next.
    4. Select Outlook Data file (.pst) and click Next.
    5. Browse the PST data file to import and click Next.
    6. Note: Select between the options given in this step as per the need (shown in the screenshot above).
    7. Select the folder(s) you wish to import to the new PST data file.
    8. Note: Don’t forget to checkmark on sub-folder(s) in case of partial selection of folder(s).
    9. Click Finish.

    Importing from old Outlook PST data file is successful, but Step 2 has to be repeated to complete the migration from multiple PST data files. Above, the data is imported from a single file only, though the iterative count of Step 2 would depend on the number of PST data files you have from which you wish to import data into a single Outlook PST file.

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