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Windows 7: How to save & move Outlook settings, etc.?

23 Jan 2012   #31

Windows 7 x64 (Ultimate)

WOW, did a search for exactly this, couldn't find it and made a post... third google page was this post!

I am going to try the 30 day trial and I hope I can get it to work. I still can not believe that M$ does not offer a solid way to back up or move your outlook from 1 PC to the New One w/o wanting to kill someone in the interim

PS.: The trial version does not do anything for you... you must purchase the app.

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02 Feb 2012   #32

Windows 7

Hi Tweek may i ask, are you using windows blinds? or a different program? on page 3 topic 28.. i love the color of that window and text. could you provide me info on this beautiful skin you are using or how you accomplished this cool window theme please?
Thank you for your time!

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Thank you for following up on the thread. So, you purchased the program, tested it, and it restored everything that is not in the Outlook.PST file? I'm talking about the File>Options settings, Email Accounts, SMS Accounts, Rules, and Signatures.

Please let me know...

Take good care,
For the 3rd time. It saved and restored everything; settings, rules, signatures...everything.

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