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How to backup Outlook profiles
I love Microsoft Outlook 2010 but as with all Microsoft applications over the years they don't make it easy for use EU (End Users) to export their profiles... in fact there isnt an option to do so. Picture this, you have a new machine and/or you have build a new rig and you want to transfer all your profiles over to your new machine.
Option one will be to sit there for an our or two and type all your email accounts all over again and then copy your PST files back to the outlook folder and all your emails are back again. Well there is an easier way to accomplish this without even typing a single email account. How is this possible, well it's a simple registry hack which I shall show you now below.
Warning if you are not moving email accounts to another machine or a new machine, and you're just re-imaging your computer, then I strongly recommend you backup your registry first.
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