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    Outlook pst file in 2007 ? read by 2003 (2007 and 2003)

    Can I copy my outlook file from 2007 office to my travel computer which still has 2003 and have it read when I go away for the weekend??
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    Re: Outlook pst file in 2007 ? read by 2003 (2007 and 2003)

    If you mean just opening the pst file to read e-mail that has already been delivered then yes you should be able to. If you want to send and receive e-mail using that account then you have to configure Outlook 2003 for a new account.

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    Re: Outlook pst file in 2007 ? read by 2003 (2007 and 2003)

    Actually I just want to see the appointments, not the email which I pick up through vista mail.
    Will it read appointments okay and is it still a pst file and then can I copy it back over if i make changes to the appointments without corrupting.
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    Re: Outlook pst file in 2007 ? read by 2003 (2007 and 2003)

    That should be OK. Just to be safe, I'd backup/copy the 2007 PST file on the work PC before overwriting it with the PST file from the 2003 PC.

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