Microsoft releases technical structure specification of the Outlook PST data format

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The Microsoft Outlook PST format is used to store data ranging from email to calendar and contacts and allows for users to export and import that data within Microsoft Outlook

Having the PST format documented and open will allow web mail providers like Gmail and social networking sites like Facebook to better import data from Microsoft's Outlook application

As planned Microsoft released a technical structure specification document on the Outlook PST data format.

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