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Missing Outlook Files

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Last night I switched over from Windows 7 Beta (build 7000) to RC (build 7100). Before the upgrade I copied my entire C:\Users\(USER) file onto an external drive. I have upgraded opperating systems many times and have never had any trouble in the past. However this time when I navigate to my (EXTERNAL):\Users\(USER)\AppData\Local there is no folder called Microsoft, which is where the outlook .pst files are supposed to be located. I tired searching the entire drive for "*.pst", but only came up with the Outlook Archive.pst

I'm somewhat at a loss as to how those .pst files could have gone missing. I have done this many times before and not had a problem. Anyone have any idea why they would have not gotten backed up, or how I could fine them?

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i guess the files are wer not backed up properly...
thats the only reason that i could find...
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