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I just reinstalled windows, along with Outlook 2010 & KOC. I'd like to have my mail delivered to my pst file I've used for about a decade. KOC doesn't seem to have a way to do this. Is there a way?

I saw an article on importing your old pst. I'd rather just use my pst, which I keep on a separate data partition. I guess it would be an OK second option, but it said to create a new POP account with bogus information, however Outlook 2010 will not allow me to do this. It will only create it if it can connect to the server & send a test email.
Michael Ruffin

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I didn't think it was possible to use your PST as a mail store when using the Kerio Outlook Connector. I know you can import and export to a PST, but I think you have to use the Kerio Outlook Connector's database for storing email.

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Michael is correct, if you are using the Kerio Offline connector it has to use the FDB database. The only way to use the PST file would be to run an IMAP account.

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