PST Importing With AzCopy

Mark Harwood
6 min readJan 13, 2022

Hi everyone!

So this is an update to a blog post I made a while back, you can find that here!

The article wasn’t very well written and could definitely do with some improvements, hence why I’m coming back to it. I’ve also redone the title to be much simpler, settling on ‘PST Importing With AzCopy

I’ve also put this new post on my blog site, in case you prefer reading there!


O365/Office365 — A comprehensive suite of cloud-based productivity tools and services developed by Microsoft. It encompasses a range of applications and services designed to facilitate communication, collaboration, and productivity within organizations. Users can access familiar Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as communication tools like Outlook and Teams, all hosted in the cloud.

AzCopy — A command-line tool developed by Microsoft that facilitates the transfer of data to and from Azure Storage. It is designed to efficiently copy and synchronize large volumes of data between on-premises environments and Azure cloud storage. AzCopy supports various storage services within Azure, such as Blob storage, Azure Files, and Azure Table Storage.

PST — An acronym for ‘Personal Storage Table’. This is a file format used by Microsoft Outlook to…



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