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  1. We are getting ready to migrate some email users to Office 365 from a 3rd party email host. They use outlook 2010 to access their email. I know how to export to a .pst file, however he wants me to configure the users to automatically start saving to a .pst file so that way it is ready to import when we make the change over. How do I do this? I know that Outlook saves to a .ost file normally, not sure how to make it keep a updated .pst file automatically.
  2. As an e-mail recipient is there any way to determine if an e-mail you have received has been purposely delayed and/or scheduled by the sender to be delivered at a later date/time?
  3. I have Outlook 2010 on both of my computers (Desktop and Laptop). I have been using desktop for quite a while, while my laptop is a recently bought. I would like to copy Outlook database (?) or more specifically the address book and emails from my desktop to the laptop. What's the easiest way to do it. I have identical accounts on both machines. Thank you. Pluto99_999
  4. Delete email

    How we delete more than 50 email at a time ?
  5. Recover deleted emails

    HiI have a problem in recovering emails deleted. the emails in question are from a previous employer & I need to recover them to cover my back. Help Really needed Colin