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Windows 7: Migrating data from Outlook 2010 to WLM 2012

12 Jul 2013   #1
DBoydNL

Win7 Enterprise (64)
 
 
Migrating data from Outlook 2010 to WLM 2012

I have succesfully used MailStore Home to transfer all my e-mails from Outlook 2010 (32 bits) to WLM 2012. To my chagrin (though I should have known), that did not transfer my contacts or my calendars(s). I have searched and read, but everything I have found seems to eventually boil down to transferring your e-mails. Obviously I need some help. I am not migrating from one computer to another, just trying to quit using Outlook and start using WLM2012.

I have posted at the end of a thread that was started 3 years ago and seems to have ended a year ago. Not sure if anybody is still "watchting" that thread, so I thought I'd post a new thread. Anybody?

David
The Netherlands


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13 Jul 2013   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums David. See if this site helps you. I don't use either, so perhaps someone who does will also reply.

How to Migrate Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Calendar to Windows Live | 7 Tutorials

I believe you can also export from Outlook to a csv file

Desktop Calendar - A simple calendar that sits on your desktop

Then import the csv file into WLM 2012

Windows Live Mail : How to import contacts. ~ Email Client Expert

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