Merge multiple PST files into single PST file

Jenny Samuel MailsDaddy

We all know that Outlook is one of the best desktop email clients, so most users prefer to use Microsoft Outlook. It is able to provide us with a variety of facilities that allow us to communicate with each other easily, as well as it provides some better features like- contacts to protect users' information about your meetings, Calendar to save auto notification, save a certain date, text-note, time zone, etc.
PST (Personal Storage Table) is a file format of Outlook mailbox, which is used to save copies of calendar events, emails, messages, journals, and other data items within Microsoft Outlook.

Why user need to combine multiple PST files

Often, users create multiple PST files under different names to protect their own data. But we also know that managing and handling many PST files is very complex. We have the option to merge two more PST files into one PST file. Merging multiple PST files into a single consolidated PST file provides the following benefits:

1:-Avoids loss or accidental deletion.

2:-Saves time by avoiding opening of each file repeatedly

3:-Saves time in the sharing of files one by one because one by one file-sharing method is a lengthy process.

How to attach multiple PST files

Using two methods we can merge two & more PST files into single PST.

1:- Manual Method

2:- Straightforward Method

Manual Method

The manual method is a bit long but it is efficient for two or three PST files. For more PST files, it can’t be said how secure it is. So let's go through this manual technique to add PST files and follow each step carefully to combine PST files:-
1:- Create a new blank PST file:

A: First of all open MS Outlook >> Click on New Items drop-down list

B: Go to More items >> Hit on Outlook Data File.

C:- Now Select the destination location of the PST file, give the PST file name and click on Ok.

2:- Import PST files into the new created PST file:

1:- Run Microsoft Outlook >> Go to file tab >> Select Open & Export >> hit on Import/Export.

2:- Choose “Import from another program or file” hit on Next.

3:- Select Outlook Data file (.PST) and click on Next.

4:- Now click on Browse… and choose PST file >> Choose Do not import Duplicates and hit on next.

5:- Click on Select the folder to import from >> Select the checkbox >> include subfolders >> Choose import items into the same folder in and choose Email ID >> Hit on Finish.

Straightforward Method

If you do not want to choose the manual method because of this longer and more PST file, you can use a professional software MailsDaddy PST Merge and Join tool. This well-developed software completely combines two more PST files into a single file within a few simple clicks. Due to the user-friendly interface, any technical and non-technical users can use this PST Merger Tool. This single wizard application joins and combines multiple Outlook PST files into one with retaining folder structure, HTML formatting, mail items, and meta properties.

Notable Features of PST Merger tool:-

1:- Provide Merge option to attach all PST files data into similar folders, like- Outbox, inbox, sent items, Deletes items.

2:- Gives Join option to combine multiple PST files into one PST file in a folder. And the folder name will be the same as it was for the PST file.

3:- Able to merge & join Password protected PST file.

4:- No limitation of PST file size to combine.

5:- Swiftly add ANSI & Unicode PST files into a new PST file.

6:- Provide the option to skip delicate items while merging PST files.

7:- Quickly attach multiple archives PST files into one new PST file.

8:- Preserves Rich text format, Attachments, Inline images, Folder hierarchy, Meta Properties & Email items.

9:- Compatible with entire edition of Outlook (2019, 2016, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2007, etc.) & Windows OS (7, 8, 8.1, 10, XP, Vista, etc.).

Final Word: - This is all about how you can merge multiple PST file into single PST file. And here I tried to define both methods perfectly. But still, you have any issue you can visit the official site or drop the comment to know more about the PST merge.