Export Folder Structure for Outlook Description

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This free utility exports the Outlook folder structure to an XML file retaining the folder types (mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, etc.) and customized user permissions. You can import this file into another folder, new mailbox or Exchange Public Folder by using the Import Outlook Folder Structure utility. Saved XML files can be used as a backup copy of your customized folder hierarchy, and can be edited with any text editor or Windows Notepad.



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Category: Email > Misc Email Tools

Size: 305KB

OS: Windows Vista

Downloads: 0

License: Freeware

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