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outlook 2003 emails didnt transfer


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blitznetworking

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i bought a new comp and transfered my email account to the new comp. i use outlook 2003, it works fine i receive emails and i can send. my problem is i had old emails on the old computer that i wanted to transfer over. the emails didnt transfer over when i added the new email. any ideas?
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If the mails had been downloaded by the previous computer, they won't be on the server anymore.
The only way to get them back would be to export them from the old Outlook and then re-import them on the new Outlook.
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i have outlook 2003 where is it that i go to export them. i know i go to file - inport & export but after that is where i get lost.
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Export to an Outlook file, a .PST file.
Then you can import back from a .PST file on the new computer.
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thank you for your help ill try that and get back to you if i come up with any problems

Edited by blitznetworking, 18 February 2008 - 04:48 PM.

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