How Outlook Stores Data

If you work with Outlook 2007 primarily as a user, understanding how the program stores data helps you use it effectively to organize and manage your data on a daily basis, including storing and archiving Outlook 2007 items as needed. If you’re charged with supporting other Outlook 2007 users, understanding how Outlook 2007 stores data allows you to help others create and manage their folders and ensure the security and integrity of their data. Finally, because data storage is the foundation of all of the Outlook 2007 features, understanding where and how the program stores data is critical if you’re creating Outlook 2007–based applications—for example, a data entry form that uses Outlook 2007 as the mechanism for posting ...

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