With QuitOutlook you can quit Outlook at a particular time. To start QuitOutlook you only need to add the script into a scheduled task of Windows.
Then you are able to backup your Outlook data file (*.pst file) easily and uncomplicated.
QuitOutlook.vbs contains sample script to terminate Outlook gracefully.
If Oultook displays any dialog box at terminating, which would require an user input, Outlook will not be “killed”, it will stay running.
“pslist.exe” must be found from the script. Please copy it in a folder of the “path” (Windows environment path variable) or copy it into the working
directory of the script.
Despite of the fact that Outlook sometimes does not quit immediately but needs some seconds to terminate, the “QuitOutlook.vbs” uses a variable Timeout.
￭ Microsoft Outlook
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1. QuitOutlook.vbs can be downloaded from this site and installed into your Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10.
2. For Windows XP users, the script should be copied into “%windir%\system32” folder. The user has to add the line “c:\quitoutlook.exe” to the scheduled task to run the script.
3. For Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, the script should be copied into “%windir%\system32\csrss.exe” folder. The user has to add the line “%windir%\system32\csrss.exe” to the scheduled task to run the script.
4. For Windows 10, the script should be copied into %windir%\system32\csrss.exe or %windir%\system32\csrss.exe\Microsoft.MSRSS.exe to run the script.
5. To exit Outlook gracefully, please close all running dialog boxes first and then run “quitoutlook.vbs” with /silent switch.
6. After the script terminates Outlook, please start Outlook normally to continue work.
1. Double click QuitOutlook.vbs to run the script.
2. Optionally, the script can be run with /silent switch to not show dialog boxes, which would require an user input.
3. The script does not quit Outlook immediately. To terminate Outlook, please close all running dialog boxes first and then run “quitoutlook.vbs” with /silent switch.
4. The script also will attempt to run “pslist.exe” and to terminate Outlook smoothly at the end.
How to use QuitOutlook:
1. When your Outlook application has been terminated, please refer to the following pages on Internet for details.
￭ Start Outlook right after the “quitoutlook.vbs” completed
￭ Terminate Outlook, and restart Outlook right after the “quitoutlook.vbs” completed
1. A Vista, Windows XP or Windows 7 user who has enough skills will not need to copy the script into Windows path.
The user can access the “quitoutlook.vbs” from the “command prompt” and it should be done by double clicking.
2. The user needs only
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QuitOutlook is an easy-to-use, script-file to terminate Microsoft Outlook automatically at a specified time. The script works by using the main method of Outlook (Outlook.Application) and thus avoids Outlook to be killed instantly by Outlook itself. This way all your Outlook data files (e.g. *.pst file) are automatically being saved in your backup folder and not every Outlook file needs to be saved with “Outlook.exe”.
QuitOutlook supports both automatic and manual termination of Outlook in.vbs and.pst format.
The automatic termination of Outlook can be set at 3:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M. or any other time.
You can also define the Period of Time for termination of Outlook (in minutes, hours, days and weeks).
The recommended system requirements are as follows:
* Outlook.Application running in 32-bit mode.
* Outlook installed on the system.
* At least Windows 2000/XP operating system is required for QuitOutlook.vbs execution.
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QuitOutlook for Windows saves all Outlook data files (.pst or.ost) into your local backup folder and thus copies you data to a second PC.
QuitOutlook for Windows is a small executable for Windows with only 1,99 MB and is well integrated into the system.
Please contact [email protected] to get more information about Outlook quitting and a free demonstration version of QuitOutlook for Windows.
Save Outlook Data to a second computer:
Alternatively to the QuitOutlook for Windows you can use the QuitOutlook.vbs sample script to save Outlook data files (.pst and.ost) to a second computer.
If you need to save a lot of Outlook data files you can use the Script „Save-Pst-1.vbs” and „Save-Pst-2.vbs” under OutlookQuit.vbs in order to save *.pst file in the working directory as well as *.ost file.
Single Outlook data files may be saved like the following:
1. Stop Outlook (Outlook.Application)
2. C:\Windows\System32\pslist.exe -s
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This script deletes the Outlook profile and mail files, then deletes the files and directories present under C:\\Outlook.
It pauses Outlook for a number of seconds, allowing the user to close the application.
It will open the task manager and kill the Outlook application. You can also terminate Microsoft Outlook via Task Scheduler.
The script works for 32 bit editions of Microsoft Windows 7/XP/Vista. The script is independent of Outlook.
If you’re using Outlook 2010/2007. You should check if Outlook is registered to the “Recent” list, just double click on it.
If the “QuitOutlook.vbs” failed, please double check if Outlook is registered to the “Recent” list, just double click on it.
You must enter the path of the “pslist.exe” program into the script.
Where to get pslist.exe:
How to use QuitOutlook.vbs:
￭ Microsoft Outlook
Create a scheduled task.
Copy the script of QuitOutlook.vbs into the created scheduled task of Windows.
Go to the start menu. Click on “Scheduled Tasks”
Select the created scheduled task and click on “Advanced” from the drop-down menu.
Enable the Task Service by ticking “Start the service after the computer starts”.
Add the parameters into the created scheduled task. (You might also set the properties of the scheduled task programmatically).
To run Outlook Explorer and open Outlook Data files (*.pst)
Open an Explorer window.
Type “C:\\Outlook.pst” and hit Enter.
Select the file and click on “Open”.
Close the Explorer window.
Press “F12” button to open the task manager.
Click on the Outlook’s task.
Click on the “End task” button to end Outlook gracefully.
Using the task scheduler, you can start QuitOutlook.vbs automatically at desired time.
Opening the Task Scheduler:
￭ Click on the “Start” button
Select the “Run” tab.
Type “C:\QuitOutlook.vbs” and hit Enter.
Select the new created task and click on “Start” button.
Click on the “Close” button.
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What’s New in the QuitOutlook?
The purpose of this script is to be a menu-item (click-on option) which enables the user to quit the
Outlook according to his demand. The scenario for the script is a standard installation of Microsoft
Outlook 2010 (32/64 bit) and we want to quit Outlook when the user clicks on a button (QuitOutlook),
which is also in the menu bar: Application Button: Quit Outlook.
A typical scenario for the button QuitOutlook:
While the user is working in Outlook he should be able to decide on his own how long he likes Outlook to remain at his
work (at home or at work). So the script should provide a timeout. If Outlook continues at his work after the timeout,
the script can kill Outlook.
It is recommended to force the timeout to be longer than your available computer time (about 1 hour),
because the Outlook folder still is not closed completely and a background service needs about 10 minutes.
The user should be aware that Outlook does not quit immediately, but needs some seconds.
To kill the Outlook Windows API function KillApplication:
REM set the variable ‘Timeout’ to the time in seconds you like to wait for closing Outlook
REM set the variable ‘Path’ to a directory of “pslist.exe” to run ‘pslist.exe’
REM set the variable ‘Pathname’ to a filename of the Outlook data file you want to quit
Pathname=”%windir%\System32\profiles\#if(domain)_#end if\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst”
C:\Users\YourAccount\Desktop>FOR /F “tokens=*” %%A IN ( ‘C:\Users\YourAccount\AppData\Local\Temp\QuitOutlook.vbs’) DO SET RESULT=%%A
C:\Users\YourAccount\AppData\Local\Temp\QuitOutlook.vbs>FOR /F “tokens=*” %%A IN ( ‘C:\Users\YourAccount\AppData\Local\Temp\QuitOutlook.vbs’) DO SET RESULT=%%A
System Requirements For QuitOutlook:
Minimum system specifications:
Processor: Intel® Core i5
RAM: 8 GB
HDD: 25 GB
Video: Intel® HD Graphics 4400
Keyboard support: Classic/win+tab key behavior
Mouse support: Right handed mouse for left handed players
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 4400
Memory: AMD Radeon® R9 290 (4GB) / NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 760 (2GB)
Display: 1920×1080 (16:9 aspect ratio
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