Woody's Office for Mere Mortals in July 2002 carried a tutorial for manually archiving Outlook. It involved creating a new PST file and transferring current data from the old to the new. The basic premise was that the procedure fixed a lot of what ailed Outlook as the PST grew in size.
My question is whether this kind of procedure is still recommended practice or whether there are now better ways to keep Outlook's later versions healthy? (I use Outlook 2010).