Like the title states, is it possible to start Outlook 2010 without any PSTs loaded? Alternatively, is there a quick way to close multiple PST files in Outlook 2010?
I am on a PC that has many large PST files open, and I'd like to close most of them, however, closing each one causes a minimum 5-minute delay, and Outlook freezes until then. Of course, this is not ideal, because closing all of them this way will take more than an hour.
Is there a shortcut?
I found an excellent script that solves this issue at the link below.
For anyone else who finds this and tries to use this script, ensure that you modify the "Mailbox -" portion and replace it with your mailbox name, ie. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Removing the comment tags also increases verbosity when run in the command prompt (lets you know which PSTs are being removed).