What is an OLM File?
An OLM file was introduced by Microsoft and is compatible with Outlook for Mac. The database file consists of multiple mailboxes in it. An exclusive OLM file consists of the entire Outlook files and saves emails and the associated files archived by the software linked to the Exchange server. This blog guides you on how to create an OLM file in Outlook for Mac and the difference between a PST file and an OLM file.
Make An OLM File In Outlook For Mac
Find Outlook OLM File Location
database file: ~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity/
storage folders: ~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity/Data Records
Know The Difference Between A PST And OLM File
Most of you already know that Outlook has different versions on Mac and Windows. Microsoft offers Outlook for email program and Mac for Apple users. MS Office Suite has both Mac and email program equipped. The only difference between a PST and OLM is that an OLM file is created by Mac Outlook and a PST file is introduced from Windows Outlook.
A Guide About OLM Folder With Its Error
Outlook for Mac email client is a professional platform that has many advanced features, however, an OLM file can cause errors and the user will encounter an issue while accessing the files. The most common OLM error that occurs is '17897'.
The users will encounter an error when they will send a message from Outlook and the process will be incomplete because of server authentication. If the problem is not with the 'Server Authentication' then, the only possible reason is with the OLM file. The user must resolve the issue at the earliest to eliminate the errors.
The user can resolve the problems by various methods mentioned below:
OLM is a popular database file for Mac Outlook users. The functioning of other Outlook file format is similiar and the user can learn the OLM file extension in just a few minutes. This blog entails the technical detail related to OLM file.
If you would like to suggest any additions or updates to this page, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org