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Residual Outlook 2000 files after upgrade to Outlook 2003

Q: Residual Outlook 2000 files after upgrade to Outlook 2003

Hi It is a small but annoying problem I upgrade my Office program suite to Office professional I selected the upgrade option on the installation CD I first selected to upgrade the regular Office software Words Excel Outlook Access etc After this first installation I noticed that I had Outlook icons in my start programs the Outlook icon and the Outlook icon I then installed Frontpage and the Outlook 2000 to after Outlook files Residual Outlook 2003 upgrade Icon was replaced by an anonymous exe program icon When I clicked on this icon I got a message saying that this icon only works with an installed application So I thought it was only a residual icon and I deleted Residual Outlook 2000 files after upgrade to Outlook 2003 it Where is the bug Well next to my user logon on Window XP I get a message that I have unread e-mail When I open Outlook there are no unread e-mails I tried to import e-mails from other applications and I got an e-mail that Residual Outlook 2000 files after upgrade to Outlook 2003 had been received on Outlook A welcome to Outlook Version message The problem is that this message keeps reappearing from time to time and I always get this message saying that I have unread e-mail which I cannot see on Outlook I know I still have some Outlook files on my C drive but I cannot delete them because the system then tells me that the files cannot be deleted because they are used by an application Questions -How can I remove completely the Outlook Version from my system It is not listed in the Control Panel add remove program list -If not removing the Outlook files is there a way to make them inactive or to set Outlook such that it receives automatically all e-mails from the other unused e-mail systems I also have Outlook Express but I do not use it and it does not seem to cause any problem so far nbsp

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A: Residual Outlook 2000 files after upgrade to Outlook 2003

not a complete answer for you, but to get rid of that annoying "Unread message" at the logon screen see this to turn out via the registry: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304148/

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/residual-outlook-2000-files-after-upgrade-to-outlook-2003.416189/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2000-2003-upgrade-question.615229/
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MANY CIAOS & GRAZIES

Gilberto
 

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I know this is probably easy but I was curious what the instructions are to convert 2000 .pst to 2003 to take advantage of the available space. I have a user who is working on the 2000 limit and need to upgrade.

Thanks in advance
 

A:Convert Outlook 2000 pst to Outlook 2003 pst

If you, or your user, are/is now using Outlook 2003, I would assume you could just copy the 2000 .PST file over to where your 2003 Outlook is running and then import it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/convert-outlook-2000-pst-to-outlook-2003-pst.497204/
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Thanks,
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Or should I uninstall office and then install Outlook 2000 1st, then custom install office 2003 without outlook? What about a different directory for each version? Kind of like what is required to install Access 97 and Access 200 on the same PC?

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q241/1/41.asp
 

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How do I copy/paste, translate, whatever the contacts into that new directory?
Please reply to [email protected].

Thanks and Merry Christmas!
Scott
 

A:Outlook 2003 contacts to Outlook 2000

Go to you current Contacts.

Hightlight them all - Ctrl-A

Copy them to the buffer - Ctrl-C

Go to the Contacts location in the new pst file

Paste them back in again - Ctrl-V
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2003-contacts-to-outlook-2000.422949/
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If I cannot work around this somehow I intend laying on the railway tracks quite shortly as life without my files will no longer have any meaning to me!

I guess as a last resort I can download the latest trial of 2007 Office and see if that will let me re-import the backed up pst file but what a drama!
 

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Hi TechGuys,

My difficulty is in the above Outlook 2003 software. I have kept a copy of the pst files as a backup, but unfortunately overwrote the good files with the backup files dated September 2012. The current files and folder structure of my e-mails have now reverted to the September's. Any help in retrieving those files and folders would be much appreciated.
 

A:MS Outlook 2003: overwritten my pst files (archive.pst and Outlook.pst)

I believe they are gone to "Bit Heaven", sorry.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ms-outlook-2003-overwritten-my-pst-files-archive-pst-and-outlook-pst.1079521/
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I'm running Outlook 2000 with SP3 applied:
I'm having no luck importing an outlook PST, which I created as a new data file in Outlook 2003. I created it as a 97-2000 compatible file.

when I go through the import process, it imports nothing at all... No error message, just empty folders.

This happens when I import from the local machine OR the server.

Is it possible the file is corrupt? Is there a way of checking?

I've successfully imported the 2003 version into another PC running Outlook 2003 - No problems there.. Just when trying to import the 97-2000 compatible file in to Outlook 2000
 

A:Outlook 2000: Problem importing a 2003 PST saved as 97 to 2000 format

try connecting to it as a datafile ( personal folders)
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2000-problem-importing-a-2003-pst-saved-as-97-to-2000-format.305120/
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In my new company we use Office 2000 and now I find it won't read Office 2003 pst files.

This is very annoying and there are emails I need.

Obviously I will need to find somebody with 2003 but why don't Microsoft provide a solution? They know about this issue but won't solve it.

Maybe there is a way and that's why I'm asking here.

It's so tempting to use a pirate copy just to get my emails back and then dump it.
 

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A:outlook 2003 on Win 2000

That sounds like outlook is corrupted - if you have an office 2003 CD on you, try running the 'repair' option when the CD setup loadsHope this helps!

http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-2000/outlook-2003-on-win-2000/65941.html
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/project-2000-and-outlook-2003.687559/
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Thanks!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2003-word-2000.277267/
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A:MS Outlook 2003 and Office 2000

What happens if the attachments are dragged to the desktop and opened from there.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ms-outlook-2003-and-office-2000.661914/
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Any ideas?
 

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On my Outlook 2003 a home, I have my own calendar, in which I DO NOT want to add entries of the OL2000 from work into, I want to have them as two separate calendars with no relation to each other, and I want to bring home ONLY the calendar, no emails and all other stuff so it won't mess up with my own stuff at home.

I am quite positive that there is a way to achieve this, please help.

Thank you
 

A:Portable Outlook calendar between 2000 / 2003 - Help Please

One possible solution:

1. On the work computer with Outlook2000, export your Calendar to a PST file.
2. Copy this to your home computer
3. On the home computer with Outlook2003, create a new data file that points to that PST file. With Outlook 2003, the new data file will show up as "Calendar in Personal Folders"
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/portable-outlook-calendar-between-2000-2003-help-please.280947/
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hello,

here is the scenerio...

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It will not pop up the error when out look is not running and I can open office applications fien and get that lilttle Office assistant popped up.

I tried repairing Office 2000 as well as Outlook from add/remove programs.

This did not help me. I have Win Xp and 2GB RAM.
Please help me out.

A:Who Is The Culprit Ms Outlook 2003 Or Ms Office 2000

Ok so yuo tried the repair install, did you attempt a re-install? I have found tht this often fixes issues that the repair install for some reason doesn't. Just an idea.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/104564/who-is-the-culprit-ms-outlook-2003-or-ms-office-2000/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2003-issues-with-calendar-invites-with-2000.337351/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2000-upgrade.90373/
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A:Outlook 2003 - Problem after Upgrade/s

Hi.
Just to make sure I understand: If there is an HTTP or HTTPS link in an email, when you click on it, File Explorer opens your Documents folder?

If that is the case, I'm not sure how an update would do that.
You might have a look at your Default App settings, to see what shows there:

Settings>System>Default Apps
Scroll down and select Choose Default Applications by Protocol

Scroll down the list on the left side, until you come to HTTP and HTTPS. On the right, your default app should be your browser (Edge, IE, Firefox, Chrome, or whatever you prefer to use).

Here's a video tutorial on setting default apps:
Solved Windows 10 instructional videos by Ten Forums members - Page 103 - Windows 10 Forums

And here's a written tutorial on it, with a bit more detail:
Default Apps - Choose in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

Hope that helps!

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A:Upgrade or change from Outlook 2003

I can't tell you whether Outlook 2003 is very different from Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, as I have not used Outlook 2003.

As Windows Live Mail is free you could download a copy & try it out to see if it's suitable for your son.

If you go to Office 365 Home Premium you will get Outlook 2013. Does you Office 2010 Home & Student Family Pack have enough users to allow the additional installation on your son's computer, or have you used them all already.

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A:PROBLEM: Microsoft Outlook 2000/2002/2003 E-Mail Display

Under "tools/options/prefrences/e-mail options/advanced e-mail options " You can select "automatic name checking" which I think will convert the mailto to a name if it is in the global address or contacts list. I don't know what that does to people you send to I would think it depends on their setting...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-microsoft-outlook-2000-2002-2003-e-mail-display.245358/
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A:Solved: Upgrade MS Outlook 2000 to 2007?

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A:Import outlook 2003 files w/o backup files, but have original working file

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/import-outlook-2003-files-w-o-backup-files-but-have-original-working-file.746554/
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Outlook 2000 can import .pst files witch is composed of personal folders.
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Who, witch outlook parameter, or witch registry key informs outlook witch .pst files to loads at it's startup?
 

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That's very odd
 

A:Outlook 2000 - pst files

Hi Gswiss

Open the .pst file instead.
In Outlook 2000
File > Open > Personal Folders File (.pst)

Browse to the .pst file.

Let us know if that works for you.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2000-pst-files.390424/
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A:Solved: outlook.nk2 file copied from windows 2000 pc running oulook 2003 not working

I just found the solution for the problem. the outlook.nk2 location in windows 7 is in the roaming folder so the path C\users\%user%\Appdata\roaming\microsoft\outlook and it worked.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-outlook-nk2-file-copied-from-windows-2000-pc-running-oulook-2003-not-working.1025703/
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A:Lost my Outlook 2000 .pst files

Did you and your wife have seperate .pst's?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/lost-my-outlook-2000-pst-files.571027/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/lost-files-in-outlook-2000.253760/
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A:Backup *.pst files from MS Outlook 2000

Hi atg72,

It's the same for any files to be backed up.

To backup onto CD or DVD you must have a CD or DVD writer. Software wise later versions of Windows have in-built writing capability but I find it's better with other s/w such as Nero which doesn't need to save to temp first and can cram more onto a CD/DVD.

Once on CD or DVD it is Read Only so you won't be able to change the data.

Just burn your .pst file but beware there are problems using it in anything other than the same version of Outlook that created it.

lol
Hew
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/backup-pst-files-from-ms-outlook-2000.325209/
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A:trouble with outlook 2003/.pst files - please help!!

Outlook is configured to use a PST file - C:\documents and settings\our company name\desktop\backup.pst - and that file is not there.

Do you know where the PST file is located?
Configure Outlook to use that one instead
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/trouble-with-outlook-2003-pst-files-please-help.698258/
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.ishcache
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Desktop
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Can't find Local Settings? Any ideas
 

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Just a quick question,
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A:Importing PST files (Outlook 2003)

Am I right in thinking that you clicked the ďSentĒ file, exported it and copied/sent it to yourself? If so, all that you will have managed to do, I believe, is to send the contents.

Sub-folders are your invention and can be moved/sent but I donít think it is possible (without a great deal of difficulty) to move the folders that come as standard in Outlook.
 

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A:Outlook 2003 .pst files Transfer between PC's

That is why folks use recovery software. In the long run that is easier. There are plenty of "how to" sites too long for this forum that you can find with a Gurgle search.
 

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A:Outlook 2003 won't email .xls files to a mac

Tell the recipient to save then rename winmail1.dat to winmail1.xls. He/she should then be able to open it in Excel.
I've no idea why they are receiving it as a dat file.
 

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A:cannot open excel files from outlook 2000

syd67_67,

Welcome to TSG!

Try this:

OL2000: Unable to Double-click to Open an Excel Attachment
 

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A:Outlook 2000 Contacts files, where and how to save

Search for the .wab files. This is the windows address book. It's usually in the Windows folder, but it may be best to do a search. There may be more than one. When you find them you should be able to put them on a floppy or burn to a disk if too large.

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A:2MB PST Files Opens but is Empty in Outlook 2003

2MB is considered small for a pst file

A brand new pst file with totally nothing inside it is about 300 KB. so you have like 1.7 MB left. that would mean maybe 5 emails, a few appointments in the calendar, some entries in the contacts and a couple of tasks. so don't expect to find a lot in it.
 

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A:Solved: MS Outlook 2003 Nickname (NK2) Files

Hi Lucky5tar
Create a new Profile in Outlook.
http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/newprofile.htm
Then copy the original .nk2 file to the new Profile:
http://www.ingressor.com/autocompletetips.htm
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While not the solution, this may also be of interest:
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/nicknamecache.asp
http://www.nk2.info/
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A:Outlook 2003 Backup & Restore pst files

reply from d
try you tube seach
 

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ISP's, Businesses & the like all set limits on attachments, it varies place to place. Also, if you try to send a large file to several people it will multiply the problems you're having. When someone does that here at work it REALLY hangs our exchange server up & I have to go delete it from the server itself. As far as all the outlook trouble, sounds like there's more to it than just Outlook freezing
 

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A:Three Outlook 2003 conatact files two are invalid

Outlook stores all of your details inside a .pst file. Have you tried simply deleting the 2 .pst files that you do not want and see if that fixes the problem?
 
The default location for the .pst files are:
C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
or
C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook
 
*You said you move your outlook files around, so they may or may not be in there respective locations.

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A:Migrating outlook 2003 files 2007

Hi rasmasyean

Locate the .pst files and open them in Outlook 2007:
File > Open > Outlook Data File
Browse to the location of the .pst files and select it.
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Repeat for any additional .pst files you have.

Let us know if that works for you or not.
 

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A:Solved: Outlook 2003 cannot save attached files

sounds like this

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/918165?
 

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A:Where are the files for Office 2003, Outlook, Contacts stored

At the age of 72 I find it amusing to be portrayed as "Junior Member"
 

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A:Move from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2007 not successful; not reading certain folders

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When copying over the pst file I think everything is copied. Appears you did not just copy contacts for example, but the complete pst file. I think the folders are there as Sub Folders, just hidden within one of the main folders such as Inbox.
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A:Outlook 2003 - Always move back to Outlook Today (Personal Folder)

All I do is click on the very top "Personal Folders" and it takes me back to Outlook Today.
 

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A:Exporting Hotmail messages from Outlook Express to Outlook 2000

Somehow, I don't think you'll be able to do it:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q234/7/04.ASP?

Oh, but take a look at www.slipstick.com too, if you want to check their input.
 

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A:Transfer data from Outlook 2000/XP to Outlook 2007/Win7

Outlook 2007 can still import your address book that you exported from your office 2k install.

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A:Possible to import outlook 2002 contact data into outlook 2000?

Yes. Export the contacts from your Outlook as a .pst file and import it into thier's
 

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Many, many thanks in advance

A:Migrating XP's Outlook Express to Office 2000's Outlook on W7 64bit

Office 2000 is not supported on Windows 7, and is insecure and past it's lifetime support. That said, there may be workarounds to get it to work on 7, but that's probably more difficult then your original question. I'd think your friend would need a newer version, then revisit can it be done For instance:

Import messages into Windows Mail from Outlook Express

Import your messages or account from Outlook Express to Outlook - Outlook - Office.com

Trying to use Office 2000 would not be at all advisable.

A Guy

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A:Links created in Outlook 2007 not a link in Outlook 2003

Some mail servers do not accept HTML formatted messages and only allow plain text? Are these recipients on en Exchange server or just some random POP accounts?
 

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A:Outlook 2003 calendar reminders don't work without Outlook being turned on.

outlook needs to be up and running.

drag it into the startup folder, reboot.
 

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A:Trouble transferring Outlook 2003 contacts to Outlook 2007

Export the old contact as a .CSV file and then re-import into the new installation.

Regards,
Rollin
 

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A:Outlook 2003 send and receive does not start up when outlook is opened

Usually, it would not do so immediately, but rather on a schedule per your settings.
To get email upon startup, just click send/recv to get the first downloads for the day.
 

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A:outlook 2003 - any .PST file operation crashes outlook (win7-64)

Hello zdoe,

Just a hasty fly by...

* Have you always had this problem on Win 7?

* Have you a System Restore point you can return to PRIOR to the current problem?

* Have you tried the Outlook Repair Facility?

* Have you uninstalled /reinstalled?

FYI.
A mixed bag of links for you to peruse.

pst file Corrupted - Repair

Outlook PST File Repair - Troubleshooting Microsoft Outlook

Repair Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost) - Outlook - Office.com

How can I search for my .OST file (Outlook2003, Win7)

mapi32.dll Error installing Outlook 2003 on win 7, 64bit - Microsoft Answers

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A:Hotmail and Outlook 2003 (Small Bus. Edition) - NOT Outlook Express

This thread looks pretty old but nobody responded so....Hotmail to Outlook 2003 or above now has a "connector" that you need to download in order for Hotmail and Outlook to sync correctly. Here's the download location for Office Outlook Connector: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...B1-DF0A-46E1-AA93-7D4870871ECF&displaylang=en
Good luck.
 

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A:Outlook 2003 Will Not Import Outlook Express folders, mail, anything

They are written in two different formats that are uncompatible. The Oulook Express has a file sytem totally unique to it.

I had the same problem about 6 weeks ago going from XP to Win7.
I had to transfer address book to notepad and put it into Outlook one at a time. The old mail sits in the old PC.
I have heard you can transfer the OE mail files over to Windows mail or gmail etc. Then transfer files from the new mail server to Outlook.
File system is changed over with the mail transfer- I haven't tried it though.
Mike

I did a Google and found this. I didn't find this page six weeks ago.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ou...001094387.aspx

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Any thoughts?

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A:Solved: Recovering Outlook 2003 files from corupt profile

OK, figured it out myself but will post for anyone else who runs in the same problem.

1st make sure you have set your windows explorer to view system files and hidden files

1. go to old profile/application data/ mircrosoft/ outlook and copy the Outlook data file (this is a .pst file)
2. paste this on the desktop of your new profile
3. Open Outlook go to File->import export
4. Select: Import from another program or file click next
5. Scroll down to: Personal Folder file (.pst) click next
6. Browse to select file location of Outllok data file, select do not import duplicates
7. make sure you select checkbox for "include subfolders" and import items into the same folder in "Personal Folders"
8. click Finish

This imported all my e-mails, contacts, calenders but did not import my e-mail rules. No bigie, I can recreate the rules easily

Cheers,
Marc
 

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