Outlook Experss to Outlook in Windows 7


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    Windows 7
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    Outlook Experss to Outlook in Windows 7


    Hello,

    I recently purchased a new computer that has Outlook on it. I need to import my emails and especially my folders from my old computer that has outlook express on it to my new computer that has outlook.

    I do not have both outlook and outlook express on my new computer.

    please help! :)
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    Windows 7 Home Basic 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #2

    srfriggen said:
    Hello,

    I recently purchased a new computer that has Outlook on it. I need to import my emails and especially my folders from my old computer that has outlook express on it to my new computer that has outlook.

    I do not have both outlook and outlook express on my new computer.

    please help! :)
    Well, if you decided to keep a copy of your inbox on the mail server, the matter is straightforward, just put in your account details on Outlook and Outlook will do the rest.

    Edit:
    Just go to your mail server and check if all your mails are there. If there, you have a copy of the inbox on the server.
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #3

    how do I "put in my account details"? I already have Outlook up and running. But I have folders that I organized in great detail on express, and I want to have those folders imported into Outlook.
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  4. Posts : 46
    Windows 7 Home Basic 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #4

    srfriggen said:
    how do I "put in my account details"? I already have Outlook up and running. But I have folders that I organized in great detail on express, and I want to have those folders imported into Outlook.
    Oh the folders....... by acc details i meant the smtp and imap server names and username , password... etc..
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    Thread Starter
       #5

    soup2511 said:
    srfriggen said:
    how do I "put in my account details"? I already have Outlook up and running. But I have folders that I organized in great detail on express, and I want to have those folders imported into Outlook.
    Oh the folders....... by acc details i meant the smtp and imap server names and username , password... etc..

    so do you know how to import the folders?
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  7. Posts : 46
    Windows 7 Home Basic 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #7

    srfriggen said:
    soup2511 said:
    srfriggen said:
    how do I "put in my account details"? I already have Outlook up and running. But I have folders that I organized in great detail on express, and I want to have those folders imported into Outlook.
    Oh the folders....... by acc details i meant the smtp and imap server names and username , password... etc..

    so do you know how to import the folders?
    well truthfully no..... but you sure will get help from other quarters...
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  8. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #8

    Yes google is, but not so fast!

    If you noticed those methods require having outlook express and outlook on the new computer. In my op I said I only have outlook on the new comp
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    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
       #9

    srfriggen said:
    Yes google is, but not so fast!

    If you noticed those methods require having outlook express and outlook on the new computer. In my op I said I only have outlook on the new comp
    So if you don't have access to Outlook Express, how are you going to extract or back up your settings in the first place?
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