Outlook validating data integrity
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Along with clarifying the definition of data integrity terms, the guidance addresses the exclusion of CGMP data, workflow validation, data access, audits, electronic records, and personnel training.FDA also clarifies sampling and testing requirements and how to address data integrity problems.
Unless there is a corruption of a file, which I never experienced, I don't see the need to get rid of it. There's a computer here, Windows 7, where sometimes Outlook 2010 takes 10 or 20 minutes to open. Sometimes it says "loading Profile" and sits there at that screen, sometimes it says "verifying data integrity" and sits at that screen as the count increments slowly up toward 100% but often never reaches it, just stays locked up. They've run the pst repair tool, and created a new profile. I also see an old pst file, renamed, in the folder, so it looks like they tried that too.If the file gets too much data in it, it will have problems.If lowering the size of the file didn't fix things, I would create a few new files, and I would move chunks of data to the various files, making sure that each one was less than 2gb in size.Thanks Due to many assorted problems in the past - mostly of my own making - I've set a few principles to oil the works of Outlook.working on the principle that the files are mine to transfer wherever I want without worrying about licences or other distractions.Since I started to do this in 2000 I have not had a single mishap or data loss and reinstalled a few times and changed computers three times without a hitch. over 2 GB in size), and I never have any problems with them.
As you were looking hypothetically, for preventative measures, it's the best one overall that I have used. And by doing this, I automatically have an archive of all previous quarters.
(By creating new files, you are starting fresh, bypassing any issues that may be in the original file.) And make sure that it never gets to 2gb! If you use the same file, it's an easy matter to delete and recreate the profile.
I've reduced the pst file size down to 3 GB but the Godaddy webmail page shows it as 10 GB. The person who owns the account is trying to find their PIN now.
Additionally I categorise subjects into their own files which are separate from the general mail file, again to preserve and allow for easy searching.
If (when) things go wrong I can reassemble the file segments onto the existing Outlook program, a renewed install or even in a different computer.
I'm trying to understand Outlook better since I deal with it on several computers.