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    (2000) Changing the Default PST File (2000)

    If I have multiple .PST files, is it possible to designate a specific one as the default for receiving my e-mail (Inbox)?

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    Re: (2000) Changing the Default PST File (2000)

    Nor clear what you're trying to achieve. If you remove your current Outlook .pst files from their default locations, Outlook will attempt to relocate them. The one you select to open first - and leave running on its own - should become your new default.

    Alternatively, open up a new .pst file. <big>Copy</big> (or drag & drop) the .pst folders you want to move out of your non-default .pst file to the new .pst. (This will preserve your views.) When you have relocated all the target folders, close the non-default .pst file.

    Depending on precisely what your current set-up is, a combination of the two above steps should probably yield your desired configuration. If the above is not clear, please post back.
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    Re: (2000) Changing the Default PST File (2000)

    In Corporate Workgroup mode, this is configured on the Delivery tab (Tools|Services...|Delivery). Not sure where it is in Internet Mode.
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