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Outlook 2010 ~ Backup software no longer seems to work


wee eddie

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Anyone got an edge on a simple free Automated Backup Program for Outlook.

The Old M$ Software no longer does its bit

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rdave13

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Does this help? Link

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wee eddie

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rdave13: Been there.

Having spent £200 on a piece of New Software, fiddling with a previous version of that software is not an acceptable answer. But in the end I may have to

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ßeta

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Create yourself a batch file. Then run a script in Task Scheduler.
Absolutelyey free..

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wee eddie

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Beta: That's over my Paygrade

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difarn

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It seems that most of the advertised "free" back-up programmes are just trial versions which often want you to back up to an on-line server.

You may be interested in this article about making manual back ups of Outlook

Another thing to consider is opening up a Windows Live (Hotmail) account which can then be enabled to pick up your e-mails from other providers - your e-mails and contacts are then backed up.

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