Backup Outlook Appointments

How to Backup Outlook Appointments?

Microsoft Office Outlook is mainly used as an email client, besides that it provides different Outlook attributes to store information. One of these provided facilities is Outlook appointment. It is mainly used to schedule our activities in the calendar. User can schedule frequent appointments, view them by day as well as by week or month. You can also set reminders for your important appointments. Therefore, it contains very important information about your work. Sometimes, you may lose your Outlook data due to various reasons like hard drive failure, accidental deletion etc. to avoid these type of problem you should backup Outlook appointments and all other attributes that are stored in the PST file on computer hard drive. For this purpose, you should Backup PST File in regular basis to restore data if you lost it due to any reason. There are different cases due to which PST file is corrupted; as a result, Outlook appointments get deleted or become inaccessible. To backup your Outlook contacts easily use this link:

Most common reason of PST file corruption for which Outlook appointments gets deleted or inaccessible is abnormal termination of the Outlook. At the time of accessing a PST file, if you shut down the system abnormally, it is very prone to corrupt the PST file. It may also happen if any power failure occurs when Outlook is busy in doing some work. If you terminate the operation of Outlook forcibly before its normal completion using “End Task” from the Windows Task Manager then also PST file will be corrupted. In all these cases, due to corruption of the PST file you may not access your appointments saved in your Outlook profile. To avoid this loss you should backup your PST file's appointment folder so that you can access Outlook appointments from that backup. Additionally, it is an effective way to backup all folders of Outlook PST file.

Outlook appointments may be deleted from PST file if it is corrupted due to damage of header structure. Any alteration of this header may corrupt the PST file and makes your appointments inaccessible. To restore your appointments you have to keep backup of the PST file. PST file is also corrupted when it gets oversized. However, newer versions has incremented size limit but it is fixed for that version. If the content of the PST file exceeds its maximum size limit, it will be corrupted and all information will be inaccessible. In this situation, you can revive all data if you have made a backup before. You can carry out the backup of appointments along with all other Outlook attributes using this advanced application.

Apart from all these, appointments are deleted or inaccessible when PST file is corrupted due to defective network connection. As network resides in the network server, if any error occurs at the time of accessing the file the PST file get corrupted. After that, your appointments may be deleted even if you are using Outlook 2010 or any other advanced version. You can create backup of Outlook 2010 PST file easily by using this efficient utility. Other than that, regular creation of backup is very secure from losing appointment or any other data after PST file corruption. Using this tool, you can also take the backup of your Outlook contacts easily.

Follow these steps to backup Outlook appointments:

Step1: Download and launch Backup PST File tool, then you will see two options on Main Screen such as "Smart Backup" and "Advanced Backup". Then select "Smart Backup" option to make automated backup of Outlook Appointments.

Backup Outlook Appointments - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step2: After that, Backup PST file software will request to select the appropriate PST file to be backed up through "Browse" button and then click on "Next".

Backup Outlook Appointments - Select PST File

Fig 2: Select PST File

Step3: When the backup process will be completed, a progress notification will be shown. After clicking on "OK" you can see the backup summary as illustrated in fig 3.

Backup Outlook Appointments - Backup Summary

Fig 3: Backup Summary