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Old 02-20-2012, 03:46 PM
outlook505 outlook505 is offline Unable to open pst file. Says I need a password. Windows Vista Unable to open pst file. Says I need a password. Office 2007
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Default Unable to open pst file. Says I need a password.

I created a backup of my outlook files but when I try to open them I'm told I need a password.
When I try to open a backed up pst file it prompts me for a password. However, I never created one.



I've done a ton of research online, and even found a thread below in this forum called: Importing a .pst file, with a password? Huh?

That thread is here:

https://www.msofficeforums.com/outlo...sword-huh.html

There's a link there that takes you here for a possible solution:

http://exchange.sembee.info/outlook/pst-password.asp

However, it doesn't apply to Outlook 2007, which I am running.

Does anyone know how I cam "bypass" this prompt for a password so I can open my pst files?

Any help would be great. Thanks.
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