Giving others Outlook Folder

May 19, 2009 at 10:20:33
Specs: Windows XP
Just got canned from my job. I need to send my replacement several Outlook Folders where I've kept information on projects. How is best way to do this?

By the way, Folders have many nested subfolders in them, so it's difficult to select all of contents, and want to maintain organizational structure.

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May 24, 2009 at 16:56:26
You got let go from your job and you want to help your replacement? Are you going to gain anything by doing this? It's not as easy to send Outlook folders as it is if they were in Outlook Express. Outlook files are pretty much combined into one .pst file regardless of how many folders and subfolders you have. Outlook Express folders are .dbx files and are easy to send. So, either forward each of the messages to your "replacement", or tell your former employer to figure it out themselves.

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May 24, 2009 at 17:01:58
Here's a postscript to my first response. If the PC the files are on is connected to your former employers network you can just go in and give file share permissions to the new guy. However, if they're on your pc at home. Let it go and good luck finding a new job.

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