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ngaisteve1

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I wonder if anyone knows how to backup/transfer outlook express address book. I tried http://support.micro...b/270670/EN-US/ but when I import it back in another pc, I couldn't see the folder in the address book.

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Are both pcs running the same version of outlook express?
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Yes.
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do you see a blank address book or nothing?
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I think what I see is those address are all in shared address. But, they won't in the folder. Even the folders are not there.
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did you set yourself up as a new identity 1st?
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No I think.
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set your self up as new user then import
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ok. thanks for all help.
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Did it work?
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I will try it out soon and if still can't, I will post it here. Thanks.
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