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transfer outlook 2003 account to new computer

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My old computers motherboard died but the hard drive survived. So I bought a new one and installed it from scratch.
Can someone help me to transfer the data from my old computer to the new one?
I found the outlook pst files in my user files in this path

Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

now how can I get my old emails and more important my contact list?

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all you have to do is transfer that PST file over to the new computer...then in outlook click on file, then import/export, then choose import from another program or file, then choose personal folder file (pst) from the list, and browse to the location of the file from the old computer...then next and ok till you're done..this should import everything that was on the old system
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