This answer introduced another problem with Outlook: my computer lacks .pst files.
4 of 5 email accounts are @outlook.com, and are listed as 'Exchange ActiveSync' under 'Type'. But these 4 are all personal accounts; they don't concern any servers or administrators.
1 is my work email, and is listed as 'IMAP/SMTP'.
I confirm my selection to view all hidden files and folders.
I tried searching for .pst files with Windows Explorer, but nothing emerged.
I assume that Outlook ought have already created and then automatically updated .PSTs:
[Source:] Although the default install of Outlook creates a .PST file […]
- The following quote discusses 3 methods. 6 simply led me to the same folder cited in 8, which contains only .ost files. No .pst files appear.
7 led me to
F:\Documents\Outlook Files, but this was empty.
[Source:] The fastest way to open the folder where your Outlook Data File (.pst and .ost) is saved is to do the following:
[6.] I. In Outlook, click the File tab.
II. Click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings.
III. On the Data Files tab, click an entry, and then click Open Folder Location.
[7.] Outlook Data Files (.pst) created by using Outlook 2013 are saved on your computer in the Documents\Outlook Files folder.
[8.] If you upgraded to Outlook 2013 on a computer that already had data files that were created in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or earlier, these files are saved in a different location in a hidden folder at drive:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook.