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Outlook 2013

by mariamum50 / March 23, 2016 6:02 AM PDT

Can anyone help me. I have accidently uninstalled Outlook 2013 in Windows 10. How can I retrieve it? I have checked my recycle bin and I have done a system restore with no luck. It come up with a message saying it cannot find file email address.pst

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Re: missing file
by Kees_B Forum moderator / March 23, 2016 6:22 AM PDT
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Assuming you mean the pst file linked to your e-mailaddress, that should be somewhere in your Windows profile and preferably on your backup.

- If you can't find it anywhere delete the mail account in Outlook and add it again to make that file again. It will be empty then, of course.
- If it's still there, but Outlook can't find it, first make a copy to a safe place, then delete and recreate the mail account in Outlook so it makes the new empty file, then copy the copy you made over the file created by Outlook.

Kees

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Outlook 2013 is part of Office.
by orlbuckeye / March 24, 2016 4:48 AM PDT
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If you uninstalled that means you have to reinstall or if you created a restore point previous to uninstalling you can get it back.

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