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    Outlook Storage Files (XP)

    Can anyone tell me what procedure I must use to convert an .LIS file to a .PST file, or otherwise get access to the contents of the .LIS file?
    During early stages of testing for Outlook XP I somehow created this LIS type of file. Unfortunately, I never learned how to get access to this file, once I switched to a PST, and would like to see, and possibly import or export the data in it.
    No, the data is not critical; still, I feel like a fool ...
    Thank you all,
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    Re: Outlook Storage Files (XP)

    Yuk for you, Alex. Not good news. Check out this Technet article:

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q287/8/05.ASP>http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/ar...s/Q287/8/05.ASP</A>

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    Re: Outlook Storage Files (XP)

    you need to reinstall an early beta and convert it to a pst. or hang on to it - in a few years it might work right <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

    if you go the reinstall route, i'd setup a separate partition then reformat that partition.

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    Re: Outlook Storage Files (XP)

    Thank you both for helping me with this one.

    I probably will reinstall the early beta on a system that is not using Outlook - I still have one around not using Office XP - and then do the conversion from there.

    Again, my thanks,
    -a.

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