Lost emails,outlook 2003, created a unicode PST

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David...

Hi,

Whilst i was away on holiday my outlook (2003) standard pst file (2GB)
reached its capacity and i have since created a new unicode pst file and have
only recieved emails as of this morning. But nothing for a two week period
(emails have definetly been sent to the address within that period) has been
recieved when i hit send/recieve. How do i recover those emails that where
sent within that period? Can you recieve them if the pst (2gb) was at its
maximum size?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

David
 
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Vince Averello

See if any of the info here let's you get at the data in the 2GB PST:
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/repair2gbpst.asp

"David..." <David...> wrote in message
news:B3047058-FE67-40E6-99A6-352265CAA09F@microsoft.com...
> Hi,
>
> Whilst i was away on holiday my outlook (2003) standard pst file (2GB)
> reached its capacity and i have since created a new unicode pst file and
> have
> only recieved emails as of this morning. But nothing for a two week period
> (emails have definetly been sent to the address within that period) has
> been
> recieved when i hit send/recieve. How do i recover those emails that where
> sent within that period? Can you recieve them if the pst (2gb) was at its
> maximum size?
>
> Any help is greatly appreciated.


 
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DL

A default format 2003 pst does not have such a size limitation, its allready
a unicode pst.
Nothing in OL will convert an ansi pst to a unicode pst, niether will OL
create any pst on its own

"David..." <David...> wrote in message
news:B3047058-FE67-40E6-99A6-352265CAA09F@microsoft.com...
> Hi,
>
> Whilst i was away on holiday my outlook (2003) standard pst file (2GB)
> reached its capacity and i have since created a new unicode pst file and
> have
> only recieved emails as of this morning. But nothing for a two week period
> (emails have definetly been sent to the address within that period) has
> been
> recieved when i hit send/recieve. How do i recover those emails that where
> sent within that period? Can you recieve them if the pst (2gb) was at its
> maximum size?
>
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
>
> David


 
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