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    Separate PST's (MSO2K SR1-a)

    I've heard that there are performance gains by using multiple pst files, because of the smaller size...

    Can I put my NewsGator files in a different pst from the main pst, thereby keeping the news posts separate? Would this be advantageous?

    Assuming so, how do I set up separate pst's with NewsGator?

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    Re: Separate PST's (MSO2K SR1-a)

    I suspect this might be a two-step process. First, copy everything from your NewsGator folder to the new folder. Second, reconfigure NewsGator to deliver to the new folder. I don't see any reason that folder can't be in a different PST.

    (This screen is from the initial install:
    <IMG SRC=http://www.newsgator.com/tutorial/image3.gif>
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    As for performance gain, I believe the main advantage is that Outlook doesn't load the extra PSTs fully until you use them. If you plan to actively use two PST files, I'm not sure there will be any performance gain.

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    Re: Separate PST's (MSO2K SR1-a)

    Jefferson;

    I'll probably let that one rest (for the time being...)

    Thanks.

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