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    How to remove Contacts,Calendar,Tasks,Notes,Inbox (Outlook 2K sr1a (IMO))

    Hi,
    I would like to know how to remove the above items (see subject) from my pst file. I only want one set (under outlook today).
    Help!!

    Ivan

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    Re: How to remove Contacts,Calendar,Tasks,Notes,Inbox (Outlook 2K sr1a (I

    One set of what do you want?

    Send us a screen shot of what you are trying to describe.

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    Re: How to remove Contacts,Calendar,Tasks,Notes,Inbox (Outlook 2K sr1a (I

    If I understand you right, you can't do this. Outlook Today doesn't store anything in itself; it just presents different views of the contents from the folders you want to get rid of. If you go and deleted the folders you don't want Outlook may not start. If you don't want to see those folders you can turn of the view. Pull down the View menu and deselect Folder List. In this case you may want to view the Outlook bar.

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    Re: How to remove Contacts,Calendar,Tasks,Notes,Inbox (Outlook 2K sr1a (I

    Halo... Not sure if you have gotten the answer to this yet, but i was looking around and saw your question. The only way to remove the folders you want from a PST is to create a new PST and move the folders that you want into the new one. Once you have moved the folders you can close the rogue PST. The reason you have those folders in your PST is most likely because you created a mail service that did not have something like Microsoft Exchange Server as a service. When Outlook noticed that you did not have any root folders it created those for you.

    Hope this helps, if you have not figured this out already...

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