> I am looking for Outlook email files on a restored hard drive. I searched
> for .pst files and there are none. My restoration company only found nine
> files that were bad - none of which were .pst files.
> I also looked under" doc&sett/admin/localsett/appdata/microsoft/outlook and
> there are no data files.
> Is there another format in which my email files would have been saved? I
> found my old Express files - but my Outlook files are not to be found.
> Thanks for any help!
To search for the .pst files:
1 If you are running Windows Vista: Click Start, and then Computer.
Locate the search window in the top right corner.
2 If you are running Windows XP: Click Start , and then click Search .
3 If you are running Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows 98: Click
Start , point to Find , and then click Files or Folders .
4 If you are running Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Windows
Millennium Edition (Me): Click Start, point to Search, and then click For
Files or Folders
5 Type .pst and locate the file.
In case your .pst file get corrupted, you may also try pst repair software:
http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com , which repair & recovers damaged .pst file
by using powerful algorithms.