How to Back Up Archive Folders

Backing up Your Archive Folders.

Backing up your archive folders will prevent you from losing messages in the event of a problem with your computer's hard drive.

  • Microsoft Outlook will need to be closed before you start this procedure.

Using Microsoft Windows Explorer navigate to the folder where your archive folder resides.

  • Usually C:\Email Archive

An alternate location may be:

  • C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook.

Open your writable CD Drive and put in a blank CD.

Then right-click the file you would like to back up, select “Send To,” and then select the writable CD Drive that contains the blank CD. 

Archive Backup

Open My Computer or Windows Explorer and double left click the drive you sent the file to.

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Left click on the file tab and then select “Write these files to CD”.

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Give your CD a name such as 12-13-08_Backup.

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Click finish.

Store your CD in a secure location.

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