What is a pst file and how do I open a pst file?
Files in the PST format are data files created by Microsoft Outlook, a personal information manager and a part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Outlook is most often used as an email application; it also features other elements such as the contact manager, task manager, note taking, a journal and a calendar. The program can also work with Microsoft’s Exchange Server where multiple users may share mailboxes and calendars, exchange files and schedule meetings. PRF files are user profile files which contain information on the user such as signatures and references to mail folders, and other user preferences like mail account settings. Using Microsoft’s Office Resource Kit, PRF files can be created and the set out to multiple systems. PST files are used to hold personal information used by Microsoft Outlook and Exchange. These information may include contacts, addresses, email folders and other data. Such files have a 2GB limit and will slow down the program if files are close to the limit.
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Detail pst file extension information:
File Format: Outlook Personal Information Store File
Primary Association: Microsoft Outlook Files
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