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    Outlook 2003 > 2010

    I have Office 2003 on my old computer and have just bought a new computer with Office 2010 installed. To migrate Outlook from the old computer to the new one, can I simply copy the Outlook 2003 PST file from the old computer to an appropriate folder (where?) on the new one and tell Outlook 2010 to use it (how)?

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    Yep, it can be that simple. If you want to benefit from the new pst format, though (bigger size allowed), you may just use a new pst and then copy your stuff from the old one.

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    or just use the file > import function.

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    Note, this will move your email folders but NOT your email accounts!. You need to use the Files & Settings Transfer Wizard to get the accounts transferred. Of course you can manually re-enter them also.
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    Thanks for your replies.

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