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Hello,

I have archived my inbox by doing File -> Archive and hitting OK. It has created my archive file in a folder on my C drive (C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\archive.pst), which is not backed up. I put a copy of the archive file on our network drive, which gets backed up nightly. My question is this: next time I archive manually, will it overwrite the pst file on my C drive it just created, or add another pst? Then how should I go about backing that up? Just add it to the folder with the other one on the network drive?



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