Making Vista Search your PST Files

Vista can index a lot of files and for some reason it doesn’t index the MS Outlook files.. maybe it is as Outlook is already doing the same.. in case you still want to search PST from Vista Search here is what you can do:

  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Choose "Indexing Options"
  3. Click on the "Advanced" button
  4. Click on the "File Types" tab
  5. Check the checkbox next to "PST" to include it in the search
  6. Select the bullet next to the option "Index Properties and File Contents"
  7. Click OK and OK again on the message that appears.

This is especially useful for information workers like me who have large PST files and are forced to archive from time to time … indexing the archives would return the information from these forgotten folders as well :)

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Anonymous said…
thanks for this pst file help
Anonymous said…
For work with pst files use-viewer pst,it is universal program and has free status as far as i know,software will help you to restore your data from files with *.pst and *.ost extension,tool will work under all supported versions of Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as with Microsoft Outlook,can retrieve all contents as a number of files in *.vcf, *.txt and *.eml formats,will extract thousands of different files, that will be placed into any folder, upon your choice,converting of recovered data into a *.pst file, that can be opened by any mail client or viewer .pst file, compatible with Microsoft Outlook, file size will not exceed 1Gb.

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