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How do I break or divide an oversized PST file into multiple parts?


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I keep it small by creating a new pst file at the end of each year and transferring all the current year's files to it.  

 

For example :-

Archive 2016

Archive 2017

Archive 2018

 

I can then back up just the current year's files as the year goes by to minimise back-up and restore times.

 

It is easy to open a particular archive file in Outlook to review an old post when needed.

 

I worry about splitting and rejoining large files - I have been the victim of a few disasters.

 

 

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You can try SysTools Split PST tool which allows you to divide an oversized PST file into multiple smaller parts. The software is 100% safe and easy to use. It split large PST file into smaller parts with emails, contact and other items. There is no file size restrictions with this tool for splitting PST files. It helps you to break PST file of Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, etc. and also install on Windows 10, 8, 7, and other versions.

 

Download the Free Trial of Split PST tool form here- https://www.systoolsgroup.com/split-pst.html

 

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ToolsGround split pst file Divided Outlook PST Software is an advanced tool that breaks large size PST file into smaller PST files as per the specific condition. The software performs a risk-free operation for splitting PST without making any change on original data. It maintains the integrity of data while splitting and provides 100% accurate result.

 

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You can also use Softaken Split Outlook PST tool which supports both ANSI & UNICODE PST Files. It is fully capable to split password protected and Archive Outlook PST files. The Split Outlook PST tool support supports all the editions of MS Outlook and Windows.

There are three options to split PST files.

- Split by size

- Split by Date

- Split by Folder

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If you looking at the simple and easy solution for split the over-sized Outlook PST file then use MailsClick Split PST. It easily divides the large size PST file without losing a single bit of data. The software provides 4 different option for segment the PST data such as- Split by date, by size, by email id, and by folder. PST splitter is compatible with all editions of Windows OS and MS Outlook.

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Want to split your large sized PST files ? We have designed a PST splitter tool,for the user who want to split PST files in to Smaller versions of PST files.   It has the capability to split files with attachments associated with it.   It has very easy to use GUI and if you are not a techy person than you should not worry about it.  We are providing you with our demo version to get to know the PST splitter software well, that is free of cost.

 

Please be aware that this this Demo Version wil split the first 50 files for free.

After this the Home license will cost you $49.00

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To Split Outlook PST file into multiple small PST, Use Split Outlook PST Tool. It is an independent single wizard utility, which easily segments multiple PST files at a time without any error. It always gives 100% secure results. Any technical or non-technical user can easily operate the software because it has an attractive and user-friendly GUI interface. This software breaks the PST file in both ANSI and UNICODE format. Download the free demo version of the software.

 

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Most suitable option to reduce PST file size and to manage Outlook performance using the PST Splitter tool which split oversized Outlook PST files size into small parts. The software has the capability to split the entire Outlook database like notes, tasks, journals, calendars, contacts, etc. This software performs the risk-free operation of PST file splitting without making any change to the content or structure of the original PST file.

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While we appreciate genuine attempts to answer forum users questions, have to recommend looking at the creation date of the thread. In this case it's four years old and Sana John hasn't visited the forum since October 2018,

Ergo well intentioned answers have been rather wasted.

If you're a spammer pushing your own file splitter then don't be too surprised if the commercial link gets excised as it breaks forum rules. 

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Here is the method to divide a large PST file into multiple parts.
Reduce Outlook Mailbox Size Using Move To Folder Option:

  • Outlook makes it easy to partition PST files into smaller chunks. Start by clicking the “More” tab, followed by “New View,” and finally click “Move to Folder.”
  • Click on File tab > Account Settings > Account Settings
  • To create a new PST file, click on the Data Files tab and the Add button.
  • Go to the Home screen, open the default PST file and select the items you want to move to a new PST file you created.
  • To create a copy of a file, click on the MOVE button from the top and select the COPY TO FOLDER option.
  • Next, choose the PST file from the copy the selected items to the folder option and click OK.

You can delete the copied items from the standard Outlook PST file to reduce their size.

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