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Need Help with .pst file transfer to Microsoft Office Outlook

Q: Need Help with .pst file transfer to Microsoft Office Outlook

Before I upgraded to Windows 8.1 I made a backup of my Microsoft Office Outlook Mail folder which was saved as a .pst file.  I have tried over and over to import this file into Microsoft Outlook.  My email works fine but I can't import any of my contacts.  I am not sure how to get these files imported.  Any assistance would sure be appreciated.

Preferred Solution: Need Help with .pst file transfer to Microsoft Office Outlook

I recommend downloading and running Outlook PST Repair. It's a PST repair tool that I've used it in the past to recover emails, contacts, tasks and notes from corrupt Outlook files that are damaged or inaccessible. Supports Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.

You can download it direct from this link http://goo.gl/1bjhSi. (This link will automatically start a download of Outlook PST Repair that you can save to your computer.)

A: Need Help with .pst file transfer to Microsoft Office Outlook

It helps to know what version of Outlook you are using.

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Good day,

I am attempting to transfer MS Outlook file from one computer to another. I have successfully transferred the file from the CD to the appropriate Outlook folder on my C drive. I then utilized the following steps: 1)open outlook 2) tools, services, (the services screen opens) add button, (the add services to profile screen opens) 3)select the personal folders from the drop-down and OK the create/open personal folder screen appears 4) select the appropriate file to be restored and click on the "open" button. At this point I receive an message that indicates that the file which I have chosen is "not a personal folders file". When I close this message it is followed by another message indicating "properties for this information service must be defined prior to use. In the past I have successfully completed an Outlook transfer but it appears that I am not doing something right this time around. It would be very much appreciated if anyone could assist me. Thank you.

A:Transfer Microsoft Outlook File From One Computer To Another

If you're not using exchange server see this outlook synchronization tutorial. Works for Outlook 2003 and older versions. In addition, see other outlook articles.

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I have a Microsoft Office Outlook file that won't open. Each time I attempt to do so I get a box that comes up and reads cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot open file: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Wrong Number.msg. the file may not exist, you may not have permission to open it, etc. I right clicked properties on the folder and it shows a 7.6 MB file that should open with Microsoft Office Outlook. Does anyone know why this may happen?

A:Microsoft Office Outlook File Won't Open

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When I sent a message and when I was using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, I had an option that enabled me to add a photo following or preceding my text. This option enabled me to put a photo in the text area and place text under or above the photo explaining the photo. I am now running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 using Windows Home Premium 64 bit and I cannot find this option. If this is no longer an option, how can I place a photo in the text area and then follow with text explaining the photo? If this is not possible, I guess this new version is a downgrade!
Thanks in advance and I will appreciate an answer.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 problem when using Microsoft Office

Full details about inserting pictures or clip art into Outlook 2007 here:

Insert a picture or clip art - Outlook - Microsoft Office

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Can I take the Microsoft office from another computer that is not working and put it on this computer?

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I am using Outlook Express6 on my Windows XP based computer and now I want to transfer/import all my emails, account settings, email folders etc to Microsoft Outlook 2007 on a New Windows 7 based System.

Can anyone tell me please how can I import all my emails from Outlook Express 6 to Microsoft Outlook 2007?

Any help will be highly appreciated.


A:How to Import/Transfer Emails from Outlook Express6 to Microsoft Outlook?


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I want to transfer office outlook files from office outlook to another the same.
How is it done please.The files where saved from the last vista ultimate. Now I have vista ultimate reinstalled.

A:Transfer files from microsoft office outloook 2007 to another

Hi yotaalfa One of these two should direct you Outlook 2007 Outlook 2010

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Hey all,
I have a boxed Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 that is installed and activated on an old Toshiba laptop. Bought a new Asus and would like to transfer the activated software from the Toshiba to the new one.
Can I do this so that it will be activated on my new computer and avoid going through Microsoft. They have not been any help.

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A:Solved: Transfer Microsoft Office from dead computer

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Forgive my ignorance- I bought a new laptop, and have 2 licences left on my mircosoft home and office 2007, so i put the disk into the laptop, thinking I could just easilly do this- but it does not seem to recognise it, it configures it, but has not asked me for anything, key number etc.. what am I doing wrong, it is only a yr old the microsoft office 2007?

A:unable to transfer microsoft home and office 2007

Hi and Welcome,

Does it seem to load and run? I seem to recall that the re-registration process happened the first time I started a Word doc.


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After much messing around I have discovered that if you use Windows 7 'Associate a file type or protocol with a program' to set default programs for file types, it breaks the File Types selection within a given program (in my case Microsoft Office Picture Manager) and you are no longer able to use the program itself to set file types only the Windows 7 function. You can tick/untick file associations all day long within Microsoft Office Picture Manager and nothing gets associated/unassociated. The File Types option is basically broken. I have also noticed this occur with 7-zip which actually causes a more serious issue. By default .zip is not listed in the Windows 7 list of 'Associate a file type or protocol with a program' window but is listed if you associate .zip with 7-zip's own file association option. BUT if you then subsequently use windows 7 to re-associate .zip with Windows Explorer, the .zip vanishes (because by default is is not listed), breaks 7-zips file association options and you can no longer associate .zip files with 7-zip, EVER. Basically I am curious as to why Windows 7 own file association options would break software's own internal file association options so badly to the point they are essentially useless and if there is a fix. I even tried completely reinstalling Microsoft Office and removing all references of it within the registry, no luck. Its not a big deal but I just found it odd that a fundamental piece of Windows 7 would harm the integrit... Read more

A:Microsoft Office Picture Manager - Office 07 - Broken File Types

I don't believe it has anything to do with Office 2007/ Picture manager I use it myself,
I do not use 7-Zip but that seems the likely bug,
Windows handles Zip folders just like any other folder so 7-Zip is something I don't understand why people need or want it but I don't need any or need to make any Zip folders either
If your still having file association issues use this,

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Microsoft Outlook 2013 (365) continues to crash every 2 months on my laptop. I have had 3 sessions with Microsoft support online since November. They are unable to fix the problem so it won't continue to reoccur. They have reinstalled it on 3 occasions and within 2 months, Outlook is unresponsive. Cannot receive/send any email. All my email I have to get on my iPhone using pop secure server from GoDaddy redirect. It not GoDaddy cause I can see the email if I go to GoDaddy email and they say it is an Outlook issue with Microsoft.....

A:Microsoft Office 2013 or Microsoft 365 Outlook crash

Ok its been 4 days. I guess I am the only one with this problem. Tried Microsoft again and they don't have an answer to their own software issue which reoccurs for me every 3 months........

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Hi Friends,

Could someone help me out on how to backup my Email Messages and Address Book from Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and import them into Microsoft office outlook 2007. I would appreciate your support on this matter, Please.

Thanks & Best Regards

A:Solved: Transfer My Office Outlook 2003 files

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I wish to know how one can export email and address folders from netscape 6.2 to microsoft outlook.


A:transfer between netscape 6.2 to microsoft outlook

Welcome to TSG, Shelford

Could you just confirm that it is Outlook and not Outlook Express, and if so which version, please?

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We have all of our user's email set up to deliver to a personal folder that resides on a server with Windows 2003. We have a small number of people that get the error message below. They eventually get in, but either have to close outlook and reopen several times or they have to reboot their computer. Has anyone seen this before? Thanks!

"Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.
The set of folders could not be opened. The server is not available.
Contact your administrator if this condition persists."

I have tried every suggestion I could find on the internet, but still haven't found a solution.

any help would be much appreciated.

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

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I am getting the following message when launching outlook

"Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.
The set of folders could not be opened. "

I have multiple pst files on different drives. the problem is the main pst file is on a hard drive that crashed. how do I open outlook or remove that 1 pst so the rest of the pst files can launch?

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium , Service Pack 2, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T5800 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3061 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family, 448 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 228434 MB, Free - 128495 MB; D: Total - 9999 MB, Free - 8914 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0H279K, , .2D0W6H1.CN486438B40035.
Antivirus: Norton 360, Updated and Enabled

I get the following error when trying to open Outlook. My computer updated last night. Outlook worked fine this morning, but then I got the "configuring updates do not power down" screen. Once the computer restarted, Outlook would not work:

cannot start MOO. Cannot open the outlook window. the set of folders cannot be opened. errors have been detected in the file. c:\users/Nikky\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst. Quit Outlook and all mail enabled applications, and then use the Inbox repair tool (scanpst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file. for more information about the inbox repair tool, see help.

I have tried: Go to run and type outlook.exe / resetnavpane -did not work, I get the same error.

I have tried: Run and Scanpst.exe-I get windows cannot find the file.

I have tried a System restore-it could not be completed.

I have ran a windows office diagnostic, 1 problem found and fixed, however it did not correct the problem.

I have tri... Read more

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

here are some more command line switches...


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Had this error on a user's pc. Researched it here on the forum.
Found another thread with someone suggesting to use the following command to get it going:
Start->run..then type the following -> "Outlook.exe /resetnavpane"

This worked! The other thread has since been closed, but I wanted to reply and say WHY my users outlook suddenly started throwing out this error, because no one on the other thread was able to.

Turns out that my user had "accidentally" dragged their personal folder (containing 1000's of emails) into the "outbox".
Since the "outbox" folder is one to be used while an email is in the sending phase, it basically just shut down and wouldn't open for anything.

Luckily the command was able to get Outlook open and I was able to investigate what the user did to cause it.

Hope this info can help someone else.

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Dear AllI am getting the above error when I try to open Outlook 2007 on Windows XP. There is a quick fix to this which is to run 'outlook.exe /resetnavpane', which I find from a quick internet search. However, this is a one time fix, and I am having to do it every single time that I boot up. Is there a more permanent fix to this problem - hopefully the fact that the above fix works will identify the root of the problem. If anyone knows this and can help I would be very grateful. Thanks AdamEDIT: Moved to more appropriate forum

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Cannot open the Outlook window

Is that the error message in its entirety?Could you provide a link to the outlook.exe /resetnavpane fix so we can look at it and see exactly what it does?

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I have installed the Microsoft Professional 2013 on my Dell Desktop computer and find that Microsoft Outlook
is much different than the previous version I was running Office 2010
  I caused about 20 emails to be deleted off the email server when I selected delete the email after having
completed reading.  In outlook 2010 there was a setup where you could tell Outlook to not delete the
email off the server.  I am unable to locate where to check or set it up in Outlook 2013.  Can someone
give me some direction, can this still be setup or no longer available is Outlook 2013?
Thank you for your assistance.

A:Microsoft Office 2013 Using Microsoft Outlook

Can you tell us the type of mail account you are using POP3, IMAP, Exchange?

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My friend just had her computer reformatted after a bad virus contamination. It is still running EXTREMELY slow but has at least been running correctly. She is running XP

Yesterday I installed Microsoft Office 2003 for her with Microsoft Outlook and now her email doesn't seem to be working. She uses Outlook Express as her mail default rather than Office Outlook but keeps getting the error message that it can't find the POP3.

I also installed AVG for her and have shut off the email plugin to see if that is part of the problem.

The thing is, it happened yesterday right after I installed these programs for her but then a minute later her email worked just fine. Now she just restarted her computer and the mail won't work again.

Is there something wrong with her computer or is it at the server?

I hope this all makes sense.

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Outlook vs Outlook Express?

Is she receiving any error messages?
If so, please post the exact message.

Is the Firewall allowing Outlook Express access to the Internet?

How does she connect to the Internet?

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I just installed MIcrosoft Office that comes with Outlook email. I was using regular Outlook express. My question is which is better I know the Microsoft version has a few more features but also should I unistall regular outlook express now that I have the Microsoft version?

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

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I am using windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and this virus change extensions to word pdf and jpeg files, Extension *. bemrjof  was there to my entire Microsoft office data and all the PDF's and all photo file formats.  I tried many things but nothing worked, then I try to manually change the extensions and got really scared when saw that file is corrupted,i really don't know what to do anybody has any suggestions plz let me know.
thank you 

A:Virus changed file extensions of Microsoft office file, PDF's and photo files

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I'm trying to use the file transfer wizard that was pre-installed on my new Dell Dimensions E510 computer (to transfer files from old computer to new). It prompts me that I will also need to run the program on the old computer, either by creating a wizard disc or using the Windows XP disc (which I don't have b/c it was pre-installed). It says to create a discby inserting a blank, formatted disc into the new computer's disc drive. It then gives 4 options to choose from, however the option I want, to create a wizard disc in the following drive, is not highlighted. It won't allow me to burn another disc apparently, I can only choose I already have a windows disc, I will use the Windows XP cd, or I don't need a disc at all. WHY?! I already bought a usb/serial transfer cable to do this and I'm not sure why the software won't allow me to burn a disc. Any suggestions?!
Thanks Much!!

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I have a customer database stored in the "Contacts" section of Microsoft Outlook. I would like to export the contacts to Symantec ACT but the export always leaves out one of the memo fields that has important information in it.

Any suggestions on how to transfer ALL the fields from outlook contact records would be appreciated.

Best Regards

Adrian D.

A:Outlook File Transfer

Try this:

From within Outlook (I am using Outlook 2002)

Choose File
Choose Export
Export to a file - click Next
Choose Comma separated value (windows) - click Next
Choose the file to export (Contacts) - click Next
Type the file name and path - click Next
Click to select the Export box...... and click on Map Custom Fields
Make value selections (see what is in the memo field), choose the field to populate and click Next. Clear All to redo selections.
Click OK
Click Finish when done.

I've done this before and had to redo it a couple of times to get the right values to populate the right fields in ACT.

Good Luck!

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Hi all, any reason that you should not be able to copy over and use an outlook .pst file (Office 2007) from a Vista x64 system to a system running Vista x32 and Outlook (office 2007) ??

I get the error message when trying to add the data file "the file d:\???\???\???.pst cannot be opened."

Thx, Dave

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Used to I could surf the web and if I wanted to email one of the sites and ask a question or something I would just click on the email on the page and be able to email them. Well...my daughter did something and now this is what comes up everytime i click on email button on a site. It comes up in a gray box every time...I can't email any site I go to anymore.

Microsoft Office Outlook
The Extension Configuation file "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Addins\fldpub.ecf" could not be installed. There is an error in the syntax or format of the file.

What can I do...this is awful.

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Hi BleepingComputer,

I got a used NEC laptop from my firm and created an account to use the Microsoft Office Outlook. When open it a message is sent that for the authorization of the immediate searching function a component has to be downloaded and installed to the Microsoft Office system. When I click "yes" answering the question " Are you downloading this component from the Microsoft Office Center now?" I get a new message that the Windows can not open this file: rlidOfficeSearchInstallRTM?clid=1038&ver=128&app=outlook.exe

What should I do?

Sorry for the grammar mistakes I am Hungarian.

Thank you for your help in advance


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I recently installed microsoft office outlook .I'm trying to make it my default mail client over oe6 but can't - I've tried everything I could do.My computer acknowleges office outlook as my default mail client but still every message gets to oe6 rather than office outlook.What else to do?


A:microsoft office outlook

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Win 7 to Win 10 upgrade.
After installing Office 365, I cannot find my "Contacts" in the Outlook address book.
Looking for a solution.

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I’ve just purchased Windows Vista (I have a Dell computer).
On my previous computer – I had Windows 98se – I got my yahoo emails coming through Windows Outlook Express. I used the same configurations – for Vista/ Microsoft office outlook – as I did on my Windows 98/ Outlook Express. Which were:

Incoming: pop.mail.yahoo.co.uk
Outgoing: smtp.mail.wanadoo.co.uk

I am on orange broadband. I do received ok but I can’t send (that is my yahoo emails). I have another email address which is a Freeserve/ wanadoo and now Orange email. It sends and receives ok. Any suggestions in how I can send my yahoo emails through Vista’s Microsoft office outlook?

Thank you.

A:Microsoft Office outlook.

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Hi I have recently installed office enterprise 2007 .I am using windows XP home edition. I can receive e-mails into the (microsoft office outlook ) part of the programme. I however cannot send e-mails out? I just keep getting message not sent. Can you help me. My ISP doesn't seem to know how to help me.

A:microsoft office outlook

Click Tools, then Account Settings
On the Email tab, you should have (at least) one account listed.
Highlight it and click Change.
Verify the SMTP settings (ISP should be able to tell you this - if not, it might be time to find another one...)
Click the "More Settings" button
Go to "Outgoing Server" tab
Put checkmark in "My Outgoing Server requires Authentication" (most ISP's require this to prevent spamming)
Leave the dot in "use same settings as logon server"
click OK, next, finish
click Close.
send a test message to yourself
post any errors you get, but if you do get errors, try unchecking the "My Server requires authentication" first, and try again.

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For the past 3 days, I haven't been able to receive or send e-mails out.

I've tried everything I could think of and nothing seems to be working. Same thing also happens in Outlook Express. Even tried uninstalled our Spam remover. Nothing. Any help is appreciated

I've tried everything I could think of and nothing seems to be working. Same thing also happens in Outlook Express. Even tried uninstalled our Spam remover. Nothing. Any help is appreciated

A:Microsoft Office XP - Outlook help

Hi EgoDogg

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

What Firewall are you using and is it allowing your messaging programs access to the Internet?

What antivirus program are you using and is it configured to scan your incoming messages?
Disable it to see if that makes a difference.

Are you using a Router?
Look for an internet viewer content restriction setting.
Check its configurations to see if POP3 access is allowed.

Here are a few links that may offer a solution:

You receive the "0x80042108 Outlook is unable to connect to your incoming POP3 e-mail server" error message in Outlook 2002 and Office Outlook 2003

How to troubleshoot error messages that you receive when try to send and receive e-mail in Outlook and in Outlook Express


Lastly, have you contacted your ISP? Wondering if Adelphia may have made some changes??

Let us know what happens.

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All of a sudden I cannot open Outlook.
I have Office 07 and this is the message I received:
cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook Window.
Don't know what happen!

A:Microsoft Office Outlook

Does this help?

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My XP came with a 60 day trial of Microsoft Office- Standard Student and Teacher. When the 60 days were up, I did not want to purchase it, so removed it from my computer.. Now I don't have spellcheck in Outlook Express 6.. It says to insert a cd which I don't have. Do I have to spend up to $130.00 to get Microsoft Office back on to my computer just to get the spellcheck back.. Please somebody help me.

A:Microsoft office and outlook -Help me

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This is a recently started problem. When I shut down Outlook I get this message. Microsoft Office Outlook has encountered a problem and needs to close We are sorry for the inconvenience. If you were in the middle of something the information you were working on might be lost. I have the choice of ticking to restart outlook or tell Microsoft about the problem. While this doesn't interfere with anything it is a pain having it occur each time.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook

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Since yesterday I have had problems with my incoming emails. I cannot receive them. The status bar sticks at 50% and eventually crashes out. The error given states that there is another email server being used or open and it cannot send my mail. There is no other account open. I have tried through Orange mail and can receive my emails there but cannot move any or delete any. The same thing happens mail server is busy.
My pc seems to have gone funny also and I am finding alot of programs are not responding. I do have CA Security installed and is all enabled.
If anyone can help please do.

I have just received this message

0x8004210E -ERR(IN USE) unable to mail drop

A:Microsoft Office outlook

Hi minty,
Contact your ISP and tell them the error message you are getting.
They should be able to see if the mailbox is locked for said condition (meaning a
new message is being delivered or the server doesn't let two, or pop3 clients
check at the same time) and clear it for you.

Let us know how it goes.

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I have Outlook Express 5.5 which I use as my main e-mail programme. I am going on holidays for several weeks, and there will be internet access available at the holiday location.
I would like to 'upload' the contents of all or most of my e-mail files and folders to one of my webmail files so that I can go on with some e-mail projects I have.

Is there any way to do this? Any advice appreciated.

A:Outlook Express file transfer

Hi rover1...<BR><BR>Tricky... but it can be done. I take it you mean you want to copy e-mails from the Drafts folder of your desktop to the Drafts folder on your Laptop or an on sight computer?<BR><BR>Like I said... tricky. Have a floppy disk ready. First you open the e-mail you want to transfer. Then either on the open e-mail or in the top toolbar of Outlook click "File" then "Save as..." In the new window that pops up... first make sure the file type at the bottom is "Mail(*.eml)". Then name the file and save to a floppy disk. Now you can take the e-mails and load then to any computer.<BR><BR>Now comes the tricky part... getting them back into Outlook. First after you put the floppy into the other computer. Then open the floppy. (My Computer double click A: ) Then reduce the window and open Outlook. Then Put floppy window back up and open one of the e-mails you want to transfer. The key on getting it back into Outlook is to change something in the saved e-mail. Even if you have to change it back. (Good way is to type anything at the end of the last sentence in an e-mail then remove it.) Then try to X out said e-mail. You will then be asked "Do you want to save changes to this message". At witch time you will click the "Yes" button. This will drop the e-mail into the Outlook Drafts folder of any computer.<BR><BR>I don't personally know any other way to do as you ask. Hope I... Read more

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My old laptop died and want to port my outlook contact list to my new laptop (Window7)
I pulled the old HD and installed it in a USB 2.0 device housing. The old drive is OK and have ported my excel files to my new laptop.What is procedure for transfering Outlook Contact file from old to new computer ?

A:Transfer Outlook Contact file

According to MICROSOFT the file you need to copy from the old hard-drive should be in a folder with a path like the following: "drive:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook" You need to replace "drive" with the drive letter (e.g. D) and "<user>" with your Windows user-name (e.g. Administrator). Then, just paste the file in folder of a similar path on the new hard-drive system partition. You may need to enable the "Show hidden files" option in "Folder Settings" in "Control Panel" in Start menu to be able to access those folders. Or follow the Microsoft guide step by step.

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I originally had windows 98 with "Works". I typed an address data base for labels. I now use windows XP which doesn't have Works but does have Outlook. Can I transfer the addresses I have on a floppy to Outlook so I can still print labels?

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After using outlook 2007 for a couple of months, I am now receiving the message "cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook". I am running VISTA. Any suggestions?

A:microsoft office outlook 2007

Have you tried a repair install?

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I have used this program for several years with out any problems. This week, I suddenly can not open it. I get this error message: "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Unable to open the Outlook Window. The set folders could not be opened. The server is not available. Contact your administrator if the situation persists."
I have rebooted, defragged, rebooted again and no luck. How do I fix this and how did it happen? I would like to avoid this situation.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

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Hi, am wondering if any one can help me with this problem. Actually, there are 2 problems I need help with.

I am using Vista with office 2007. When the PC has been left on for a while, my email (outlook) won't open. Well, when I say it won't open, I mean it will open and load up the main template, but will disapear within about a second and close. When I place my curser on the icon in my task bar, that also disapears. This will happen until I re-boot the PC, and then it will work fine again.

Any ideas?

Also, I'm getting 4 random left mouse clicks every 30 seconds. Although these mouse clicks are not opening any thing, I'm getting th sound, plus it stops any typing that I may be doing. I'm using a logitech cordless mouse. I would tell you which model but that has rubbed off through the amount of browsing that I do, lol.

A:Microsoft Office 2007 Outlook

For Outlook, it is possible something is hanging - antivirus or anti-spam addin, or a module of the program itself, etc. I would first suggest checking your Task List (CTR+ALT+DEL) for additional instances of Outlook which would indicate the program is not closing properly.

You can try repairing your installation of Office, using the install CD. If that does not work, you can try disconnecting your computer from the Internet, and uninstalling both Office and your antivirus software. Reinstall Office first, then your antivirus. See if that fixes the issue.

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Is there a way to stop Outlook from wanting a username and password everytime i go to use it it's very annoying. My office XP outlook never did it.
Please Help

EDIT: This problem has been fixed.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

How did you fix it so others can benefit from your answer

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PLEASE HELP. My computer runs on Vista. When I try to open my out look, I get the following message: Cannot start MS Office Outlook. Cannot open the outlook Window. The set of folders cannot be opened. Errors have been detected in the file. C:\users\Bruce\AppData\Local\Microsoft\outlook\outlook.pst. Quit Outlook and all mail enabled applications and then use the Inbox Repair Tool (Scanpst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file. For more information abiut Inbox Repair Tool, see Help.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

Run the scanpst utility as directed.

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My patience is running out with the bugs in Microsoft Office, and the company's apparent effort to force buyers of 2002 version to upgrade.

Any suggested alternatives, especially to replace the very cumbersome and buggy Outlook?

I highly recommend Zoho, which replaces virtually any Microsoft application for FREE. Only downside is these applications are all online, as opposed to offline software apps.

A:Alternatives to Outlook and Microsoft Office?

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