Split Large PST Files
PST Splitter helps to Split Large Files Easily
Archive PST File to make Outlook manageable!

MS Outlook uses PST (personal storage folder) to store emails, contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, journals etc. In nut shell, you can say PST as a repository of all Outlook data. In Microsoft Outlook 2002 and its earlier version, PST file is set in ANSI format i.e. file size limit of the PST is set to 2GB. If the file size reaches beyond 2GB, it gets corrupted and damaged. Moreover, due to the large size of the PST file, Outlook responds slowly. In such situations, to avoid PST file corruption, it is recommended to archive pst file.

When the PST file exceed its maximum file size limit, several unpredictable problems that you may come across includes:

  • Outlook may take longer time to load
  • Abrupt Outlook shut down problems
  • Outlook profile damage
  • Outlook may get crashed

By archiving pst file, you can divide and split the pst file into smaller partitions depending upon your needs. This makes PST data more easily accessible and manageable. This is extremely helpful for the Outlook users experiencing problem with the large pst file. Splitting large pst file into small size reduces the chances of damage and corruption.


To archive pst file, follow the below mentioned steps:

  1. Open MS Outlook and select file from Data File management tab
  2. Then click on Add button
  3. Now, click on Ok button
  4. Then, you need to select the file that you want to archive
  5. You can specify the name, size, type, year
  6. Now, click ok to begin the archive procedure
  7. Select the PST file and then click ok to complete the procedure

However, if you have any problem in archiving PST file due to the large size of PST, then you need third party PST splitter tool to split pst file. The tool efficiently split large pst file into small partitions on the basis of selected criteria like name, size etc. It is compatible with almost all versions of MS Outlook like 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010.


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