ONE: I installed Office '10 on my wife's new Windows 7 machine. For whatever reason I could not get Outlook to send/receive absent an error--(paraphrased) can't access data file (even though OL could see all the loaded pst data).
As a work around, I installed Outlook '07 (without uninstalling Outlook '10)--OL '07 sends/receive just fine.
However, when I initially copied her active pst file from her old to new machine, I temporarily pasted the file to the desktop. Now that Outlook is running okay I'd like to move the pst file to my preferred directory.
I know I can, with OL closed, move the file from the desktop to the preferred directory, open OL, wait for OL to ask for the location--but I'm thinking there must be a more correct, less drastic way to do this? Is there or is my drastic way the correct way?
TWO: Apparently since I initially installed Office (Outlook) 2010 on the new Windows 7 machine first, ran it and failed at send/receive and then subsequently installed OL 2007 (for reasons indicated above) I now get an annoying message every time I open OL 2007 saying something like 'if you do not add a new profile some features of the previous newer install will not be available".
There are no newer features that we're using, the 2007 install is just fine. The only options associated with the message are ok (which loads OL) and cancel (which cancels the load not the message going forward).
I would rather not have to enter all the connection information for the 2 email accounts and another profile. Is there not a way to stop this pre load warning message?