On this page, you can set up a list of the messages you want to delete.
Table 69: User interface elements
|Your selection||Displays details of the searches you have run and the number of messages you have selected from the search results.|
|Add||Opens the Find dialog box. You can use the Find dialog box to select source storages and search them for messages. In the search results, you can then select the messages you want to delete and add them to Your selection list. You can also register new source storages to search for the messages you want to delete.|
|Remove||Removes the selected entry from Your selection.|
|Change||Allows you to edit the entry selected in Your selection list: you can change search criteria, rerun the search, and then select the messages to delete.|
To find, select, and add messages to Your selection list
If the source storages that you want to search are listed in the Select Storages dialog box, proceed to step 4.
Follow the instructions in the Add Storage Wizard to register the source storages you want to search for messages. For more information about the Add Storage Wizard, see Add Storage Wizard.
You can expand source storage nodes and select specific mailboxes or folders to search in.
The interface elements you can use in the Find dialog box are similar to those in the Find View. For more information about these elements, see Using the Find View.
To select all messages at once, click Select All.
To remove an entry from Your selection list
To select multiple entries, hold down CTRL and click the entries you want to remove.
Use this page to confirm that you want to permanently delete the messages you have selected. To permanently delete the selected messages, click Next.
You can use this page to view the delete operation results and close the wizard.
To close the wizard
You can use the Import .Pst Files Wizard to import all data from one or more Personal Folders (.pst) files into online mailboxes in an on-premises or cloud-based Exchange organization. The wizard helps you select source Personal Folders (.pst) files and match them to specific online mailboxes. Then, you import messages from each source Personal Folders (.pst) file into the target mailbox to which you have matched the file.
As a result, the entire folder structure of the source Personal Folders (.pst) file is recreated in the target mailbox.
To start the Import .Pst Files Wizard
The wizard includes the following pages: