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Windows 7: importing .pst with windows 7

03 Jun 2009   #1
chebbie

windows 7
 
 
importing .pst with windows 7

hey guys i need some serious help overhere.
i installed seven and with the office along.
i need to import all my e-mail that I backed up and i don't know how to import it onto my microsoft outlook on Windows Seven although on XP it was very straight forward.
thanking you in advance.


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03 Jun 2009   #2
Dzomlija

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chebbie View Post
hey guys i need some serious help overhere.
i installed seven and with the office along.
i need to import all my e-mail that I backed up and i don't know how to import it onto my microsoft outlook on Windows Seven although on XP it was very straight forward.
thanking you in advance.
You didn't mention which Office you have, so I'll help you out with Office Outlook 2007:
  1. Install and Download any required updates for Office
  2. Open Outlook
  3. Click the "File" menu, then select "Import and Export"
  4. Select "Import from another program or file", then click "Next"
  5. Select "Personal Folder File (.pst)", then click "Next"
  6. Browse for and select the PST file you originally backed-up
  7. Select "Replace duplicates with items imported", then click "Next"
  8. Select "Personal Folders"
  9. Select "Include subfolders"
  10. Select "Import items into the same folder in:" and "Personal Folders"
  11. Click "Finish"
  12. Depending on how many items need to be imported, and whether or not the backup was properly made to begin with, the process should take a few minutes.
That's it.
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03 Jun 2009   #3
chebbie

windows 7
 
 

thanks it worked out great.
thanks again for this help.
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