Locating Mail File of Microsoft Outlook 2016 in MacOS Sierra

Most of the Users recently have a problem locating Microsoft Outlook File in MacOS Sierra. This Guide will take you through the process of finding the File Folder  . Please refer the video as well .

  1. click in the go Tab in the Menu Bar

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As You can See in the Menu bar on the above picture does not revel a option or folder shortcut for the “Library

2. The Library Tab Can only be reveled by holding the Option button


3.In the Library folder contain a folder named “Group Container” Select the folder .

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4. select the folder that mention the office version that end with *.office extension (UBF8T346G9.office) This May vary according to the office version you are using

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5. Select the folder named “Outlook

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6. inside the Outlook Folder it contain folders of sound sets and Profiles, Select the folder that mention the office version ending with profile (outlook 15 profiles)

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7. in side the Profile folder it may contain 1 or more profile defers from user to user , if an user have more than profile created it will appears as follows select one of the folder, in this case selecting the main profile.

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7. inside the this folder it will contain of  2 folder Cache folder and Data folder

all the details of the outlook will be containing inside the Data folder.

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So there you go it is easy as 7 steps to find the Outlook data folder .

Please feel free to mail me for any help regarding Mac OS and Outlook nicola.wimanna@outlook.com



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