This is kind of a two part question and it's something I sort of regret doing now, but my pst size is pushing 2 GB so I thought I'd give it a try. I've been archiving for some time now and I thought I'd save myself some trouble...ha! Anyhow, I'm sure many of you have done the same (converting your pst from ANSI to Unicode) and in going through this process, an old problem has reared its ugly head again. When I was attempting to install the Unicode universal font or whatever they call it, I went into add/remove programs to click "change" on my Office 2003. It gave me this tired old error that I thought I had solved.
The installation source for this product is not available. Verify that the source exists and that you can access it.
Ahh, fun stuff. Now will someone remind me again please about using the LISTool. I use that app to fix this issue, right? I ran it, clicked on Office 2003, it went through the process but when I go back to "change" Office, I get the same error over again.
My other question is related specifically to the process of converting my pst. At this point I have two personal folders that are in Outlook since I haven't really finished the process. Once I get the Unicode font installed there seem to be no further instructions available as to what steps to take next. Do I delete my ANSI pst? What about my mail rules, POP accounts and other settings?
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Thanks a ton in advance!