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Split PST Files and Outlook Stores into Parts
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Not very helpful, at least in my case. I have pst file that already exceed 2Gb and therefore can not be added to Outlook 2007. Because of that, it does not appear in the list in Outlook profile, so it can not be selected for split in this utility.

What I need is to split this large file into smaller files without loss of data to be able to add newly created files to Outlook 2007. This utility does not seem to be helpful for such task.
S G, we're planning to release a version which does not require Outlook and works with PST files directly. This future version will be able to accomplish your task.
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S G, we're planning to release a version which does not require Outlook and works with PST files directly. This future version will be able to accomplish your task.
when do you expect to release this version for massive pst files/emails ?
Z V, this version is planned to be released this summer. And next month we will release a major update for our utilities and even more but it will not include direct PST support yet.
I am also waiting for a utility that runs independent of OL due to large size (>2gb) of PST. It's now September - any updated estimates?
PST files support functionality is implemented in our commercial product's ReliefJet Essentials for Outlook command line. As of now, there are no plans to include this function to our freeware utilities.
Background. Just upgraded from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. Encountered the 2 GB limit... unable to move or delete emails, get new emails, etc. Used the Split Files software. Now have individual .pst files by year. How do I get rid of the oversize file, recover my 2011 emails, and get back to work. Or, is there a help file that covers this.
Steve King, just create a new Outlook profile and add new PST files there. After that you will be able to copy required messages back into a newly created storage.
I am having the same problem as Steve King-has there been any updates to the product in the past year and a half?
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I am having the same problem as Steve King-has there been any updates to the product in the past year and a half?

Could you give more information about your issue?
Did you tried to create a new Outlook profile as suggested to Steve King?
I would advise you to try Split pst tool to effectively split the large-sized PST file into small parts on the basis of Date, Sender's Email, Size, etc. The software allows its user splitting all folders and items of PST file like Contacts, Calendar, (Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, etc.) This tool is well supported by all versions of MS Outlook and all windows OS.
Large PST files slow down Outlook’s performance and it is hard to stay productive with slow loads of data and avoid constant PST corruption.Usua­lly there is no manual way in MS Outlook to split PST file; however, you can do this from different indirect features of it, such as 'Import and Export' and 'Archive'.

User can use Archive feature in Outlook to Split large pst file into multiple small files by yearly Archive. User can run the Archive process multiple times, each time to a new pst-file. This splitting process can be done via Archive feature in Outlook.

Manual way steps :-

Step 1: Open MS Outlook, Select the PST file to move the mail items.
Step 2: Go to the file tab, then ‘Clean Up’ tools after that select ‘Archive’ option.
Step 3: Check Archive folders and all subfolders if not checked from the archive dialogue box
Step 4: Select the folders to move and then browse the location to save PST file.
Step 5: Now name the new PST file and click OK
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Manual way steps

Yes, you can do a little bit manually, but it's much better, faster and reliable to use our free tool for that. Step by step tutorial is available here: https://www.outlookfreeware.com/en/blog/post-739
OutlookFreeware­.com Split PST File software is an excellent utility which divides large PST file into manageable and smaller PST files. The advanced version is able to split as per the specific criterion like size, date, folder, and others, and protects them from any corruption issues because of file size limits. It is fully capable of splitting all MS outlook item such as folders, contacts, calendars, journals, email folders. The software makes you sure that no actual data deleted during the process. This remarkable software helps the users to work with many versions of MS Outlook as well as it is compatible with different versions of Windows.
PST Split is the way of splitting PST file to multiple PST of small size to avoid PST corruption. The increase in file size can grow the mailbox messages keep accumulating with a large number of emails that is further increased with attachments. This increased size of the file may result in file corruption and subsequently decreasing the performance of the email client. You may perform the splitting by the manual way but there are the chances of data corruption. So avoid the PST Corruption, you may go for PST Split utility.
OutlookFreeware­.com Split PST Files is a prominent application to divide large sized PST files. Free download to split large sized PST file into small sizes as per your requirement.Wit­h the regular usage of Outlook emailing increases the number of files that is being stored within PST files which keep on increases the file. Sometime the large size of the file may result in file corruption and that may affect the performance of the email application as well. To overcome from such problems, you have to perform splitting PST.
The best OutlookFreeware­.com Split PST Tool is an efficient utility for splitting oversized PST files into smaller PSTs including all of their data. This utility also allows users to split PST files including email, contacts, tasks, calendars, and other files. Also, users can keep the original PST structure. Discover the detailed functions of the tool.
If you're looking for an easy way to break large PST files into smaller pieces, you can use the Advanced version of PST Split Tool, which splits files by "date", "email address", "folder" and "size". divides. The tool supports ANSI as well as Unicode PST files and can split large size PST into smaller or multiple files in just a few clicks. It supports Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP and all Windows OS are compatible with
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