Many outlook users prefer to keep their important emails and other documents in a folder inside the application as it can be accessed from anywhere they want with the aid of an internet connection. If this folder gets corrupted or deleted by chance, it can be very frustrating and overwhelming for these users as they will lose many important documents. Microsoft requests every user to restore the settings that was configured prior to the new email account setup whenever they attempt to create a new mail account and they will have to do this manually. In order to reinstate your previous folder settings, a user will have to bring in the files in their “personal folder file” and their “rules file”. The Personal folder files are of the format .pst and the rules files are of the file format .rwz. Track the following instruction developed to create folders in the outlook email.
ñ Click on the “Microsoft Outlook” icon twice to open the program and bring in the “log in” screen.
ñ In the login screen, enter your account credentials.
ñ Navigate to the “File” tab and pick out the “Import and Export” tab.
ñ Now go for the “Import from another program or file” tab and after that track on the “Next” tab.
ñ Bring on the “Personal Folder File (.pst)” files that are enclosed within the folder and then trigger the “Next” tab.
ñ Tag on the “Browse” tab and proceed steadily towards the particular .pst file that you wish to reclaim and the hit on the “Next” tab.
ñ Pick out a space on your hard drive to store these files and tag along the “Finish” tab to complete this course of action.
ñ At this point of the process, jump to the “Tools” tab placed right on top of the current window and bring on the “Rules and Alerts” Tab.
ñ Access the “Options” tab and trigger the “Import Rules” tab to bring in the required window.
ñ Scroll down to the .rwz files that you would like to bring back on to your system and hit on the “Open” tab to wind up the entire process.
The technical words associated with this article can often turn out to be frustrating to an amateur user. In such situations, if you are finding these instructions difficult, go through the outlook email setup manual designed by Microsoft support crew in the help section.