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Do you know that you can backup your outlook data easily? Do you know to back up all your outlook data? If you don’t have your Outlook data backed up, you should try to back it up in case of any data loss in the future. And in case you don’t know how to do so, you can just follow the steps explained in this tutorial.

If you are one of those that make use of Outlook everyday and your work center, holding your contacts, emails and calendar, then you need to have a backup for you outlook in case of any future problem arises. Using the Outlook.com on the web browser automatically saves all of your data to the cloud which makes things easier. However, outlook users using the desktop platform of Outlook to manage multiple accounts or for some email power users will of course need to back up the data occasionally themselves.

Fortunately, it is very easy to do so. Just follow the steps below to do that.

Launch the Outlook desktop client/app.

Then click on the “File” tab at the top right corner in order to show the settings menu.

Then click on “Add and remove accounts or change existing connection settings” below the Account Settings Menu.

Then click on the Data Files tab to open it.

Then select the account you would like to back up and click on Open File Location.

So right click on the email address file (Outlook Data File) you want to save and click on Copy.

You can paste the file into a folder on your external drive or paste it into a cloud storage service, or add it to an SD card for safety.

From there you can easily restore you outlook data when a problem arises with your data.

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