I have a PST file over 2GB in size & its showing abnormal behaviour now. I have heard from someone that by compacting PST file its size will be reduce & your PST file will be saved from further corruption.
I just wanna know can anyone tell me the way by which I can compact my PST file?
The process is slightly different depending on the version of Outlook you are using, but this should cover it anyway: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289987.
It can take a bit of time, however, and it pretty much ties up your computer, so be prepared.
Edited to add: You may want to archive some of the stuff to get the file size down before you compact.
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