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    .pst files (2000)

    I just reinstalled Outlook on a new computer. I've forgotten how to load my old .pst files. I've searched the board because I know this question has been asked before but I couldn't find the answer. Can anyone help me. Thanks.
    Also I'm back to the bare Office 2000 without any service releases. Is there anywhere I can get the original service release without getting the second service release?

    Thanks again.

    Bruce

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    Re: .pst files (2000)

    I think the easiest way to reload your old pst file is to simply replace the new one with it (assuming they have the same name - if not, rename the old pst to what Outlook is currently loading). You'll need to have Outlook closed to do this.

    Service packs and releases <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=/support/servicepacks/Office/2000/>here</A>.

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    Re: .pst files (2000)

    Another way to use the old .pst file is to use the File / Import menu. You'll need to Import from a file, and select the desired .pst file at that time. Should go fine...
    Christopher Baldrey

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