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Old 01-04-2009, 03:11 PM
monkeytennis monkeytennis is offline Encrypted Outlook 2007 pst file Windows Vista Encrypted Outlook 2007 pst file Office 2007
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Hi all,

I wondered if anyone here can help resolve a problem I have.

I have just done a format and reinstall of my PC and have moved from using windows mail to Outlook 2007. I am using Vista 32. I have imported all of my old messages from windows mail and these now appear in outlook.

I have bought PSTSync as I wish to sync email between desktop and laptop. The problem is when i try to do this using the PSTSync programme it tells me that the outlook file is encypted and that i need the key.

I havent ever used encyption so i assume that this has been done by default. This being the case can someone either tell me how to decrypt the file or tell me what the default key is.

I will not be able to use the PSTSync programme without it and i was speaking with one of their tech assistants last night and they need to investigate further before they can advise.



Any help appreciated
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