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Outlook 2003(old computer) to Windows Live Mail( new computer)


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#1 arthur heaton

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 08:25 AM

I've just changed from Outlook 2003 on my old (XP) machine,to Window Live on my new (Win7) computer.I'm struggling to import the saved e-mails and calendar. The .CSV file method worked for the contacts folder, but not for any thing else. I  do have the  .pst  Outlook back-up file on the new computer, but Live Mail Doesn't want to know!

So-how do I do it?

The Windows Communiy seems not to know either!

And before anybody asks-I've got Thunderbird installed,but it doesn't agree with Virgin e-mail.

 

Arthur



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Posted 01 February 2014 - 04:07 PM

Looks like nobody's got any ideas! I've downloaded the free trial of Office 2013, and this has picked up the .pst back up file, and shows the e-mails etc.But-even if Micros**t say it is possible I have yet to find a way to get the files into Windows Live.

Conspiracy theory says it's a plot to make us all buy Office!!!






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