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#1 roryambrose


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Posted 13 December 2004 - 09:43 PM

I have Microsoft Office 2000 and run Outlook for email. I have a new computer and don't want to slog in all the addresses by hand. How do I transfer the email addresses from the old computer to the new one (the software is the same on both)

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#2 Supermart57


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Posted 16 December 2004 - 02:54 PM

Go to File
Import and Export
On the wizard that appears select "export to a file" Next
Personal Folder File (.pst) Next
Personal Folders
then follow the rest of the wizard through so that you save the file somewhere suitable and either copy it to CD (it will be far too big for a floppy) or use some other method to transfer it to the new machine.

Then on the new machine select File, Import and Export and import the file.

Good luck!
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