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  1. I beg your pardon, but what exactly are you asking here? If an Outlook user says "Unicode", it means either she/he is talking about the PST file format or the Unicode characters. Are you telling this, "I can't see some of the characters since they are Unicode"? Or this, "the emails are stored in a Unicode PST file"? Look dear, Outlook 2003 and later versions including the latest 2016, use Unicode file format. If you were previously using Outlook 2013, it makes no difference since both support Unicode format. Your question is DAMN confusing. Help us please, so that we help you. Thanks.
  2. If you don't want to compact PST files, you can try one thing. You can transfer mailbox content from one PST file into new multiple PST files. There's no need to use any 3rd party tool for this. All you need to use is Outlook client. It has few built-in features which you can use here, such as: Archive, Import & Export, Move to Folders. Also, you can use Drag & Drop feature of Outlook client. Hope the shared information would be helpful here. Thanks and best regards.
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