Okay. From what I'm seeing, you can migrate Outlook XP to Outlook 2007. But the file format has changed slightly. So once you get your Outlook data in 2007, you can't move it back to XP without exporting it as Outlook 97-2002 format.
1. You need to write down your email account settings for both accounts. This includes user name, password, incoming and outgoing server names. You can see this information, except for password, by opening Outlook, clicking Tools menu, Email Accounts, View or Change Existing Accounts. Highlight each account and click Change to see all the set up information.
2. Export Data
- Open Outlook
- File menu
- Import and Export
- Export to a file
- Personal Folder File (.pst)
- Select the folder(s) to export, check Include Subfolders - you may have more than one folder in Outlook, depending on what kind of email accounts you have, and whether you've set up additional folders or have archive folders - you'll need to create export files for each main folder
- Select a location and name for the export file
Now you'll burn the file to CD, put it on an external hard drive or USB thumbdrive, so you'll have it when you get the new computer.
See this link
for information on opening the Outlook XP PST file in Outlook 2007. I'm not in a position to really assist with Outlook 2007 or Vista, as I haven't upgraded yet.
Now, about your posts - are you talking about your Geeks to Go posts? Once you sign in, look for "My Assistant" in the upper right corner. Click that, then you'll see "My last 10 posts". Or you can click "My Controls" to go into your Control Panel. On the left side, you'll see "View Topics". This will show you all your active topics.