Outlook for Windows (How-To)

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Collect Email Headers in Outlook for Windows
Email Headers contain the metadata for the email. It contains important information of where the email has been and how it was processed. Support may sometimes ask you to send us Email Headers. You can find these in Outlook 2013 and later for Windo...
Import and Export PST Files in Outlook for Windows
At times, you may need the data held in Outlook to exported to a separate file, commonly either for portability or a backup of email data. The Outlook desktop application allows for it's data to be exported to an Outlook Data File (.pst) for thi...
Rebuild the Outlook for Windows Search Index
In order to quickly return results back for your searches, Outlook maintains an index of all your data. At times, you may find the search results you are looking for are not returned. Rebuilding the index can help in these cases. Open Outlook ...
Recover Deleted Items in Outlook for Windows
When an items is deleted it moves into the deleted items folder within the mailbox. If it is deleted a second time, it then moves to the Recoverable Deleted Items. By default, these items will remain for 30 days, during which time you can recover th...
Remove Cached Addresses in Outlook for Windows
A Cached Address is an email address that has been saved by Outlook when you last sent to it. This appears when you begin to type the email address into the 'To' field when composing an email. When using Outlook it is possible for cached en...