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Windows 7: Outlook Files Question

09 Mar 2010   #1
MisterActorMan

 
Outlook Files Question

I just installed Outlook and have set up 3 emails (@gmail, @live, and @aim) and am managing them fairly well. I just added in about 100 contacts and have gotten it nicely arranged, sorted into categories, yada yada.

I have four outlook files, though...one called "Outlook" and one each for each of my 3 emails. How can I condense this into one file for easy exporting/sharing?

Halp plx. Thanks a bunch!


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09 Mar 2010   #2
MisterActorMan

 

Also: I'm using this in Windows Office 2010 Beta, which expires in September 2010. I don't know if I want to go back to Windows Office 2007 or just go to Windows Live Essentials...if I stop using office, can I transfer my outlook information (contacts, accounts, calendars) over to Windows Live Mail?

Thanks.
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09 Mar 2010   #3
ryo

 
 

if you use pst file you can copy and paste..

however did you already try function import and exsport?? i think that's can.
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09 Mar 2010   #4
Ch@n

 

Did you setup different pst files for each account? If not, then all email account wil be saved in same pst.
If yes, goto accounts and direct all email accounts to outlook.pst
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09 Mar 2010   #5
MisterActorMan

 

Yeah. I deleted two of them and set up those two emails in the same Outlook file.
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