Outlook Backup: Backup Email, Contacts, Calendar, Rules, Signatures, Tasks and more in Outlook With Ease
By on July 15th, 2008

We had a little nightmare with our PC since past few weeks, with downloads troubling us all the time, making our system work slower than ever. The best way we could resolve this issue was by factory reinstalling the laptop so that we could start from scratch.

There was never a better time for the folks at Outlook Backup to order a review from us, and we were more than glad to have such a useful software that made backing up and restoring Outlook data a breeze.

Outlook backup allows you to backup and restore emails, settings, rules, contacts and almost everything you would require for a fresh install or just a regular scheduled backup.

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Outlook backup has a real helpful wizard to backup and restore your outlook data, along with providing you with a strong security option so that no one can tinker with your backup files. We recommend users to password protect the files so that no one else can have access to it. Remember you need to close Outlook before you begin the backup.

Watch a Techie Buzz production on how you can backup Outlook data using OBF Outlook Backup.

You can restore you Outlook to its old settings by selecting Restore Outlook settings and providing the file you had created as a backup earlier. The software is not free and costs users $39.95, but it is definitely worth the price and will simplify the task of backing up your Outlook data by clicking on few buttons.

It is really a piece of cake and saves you a lot of headaches and we will definitely vouch to people to buy this software.

You can learn more about the features download the trial version of OBF Outlook Backup and give it a whirl to see the potential it has.

On the hindsight, there are several things we have discussed in the past that talk about things you should backup before throwing away your PC or 10 things you should do after re-installing a new one, but the fact that backing up and restoring things is always a pain will remain, though this time around we did not have any such problems and were able to factory restore the operating system and also our files and folders in just about two hours. We will be posting about those in detail in coming days.

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