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Moving Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2003 on new PC

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I just bought a new laptop and need to migrate my Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2003. My Outlook 2000 was orginally configured for MS Exchange, but reconfigured for Internet only (so I could keep the laptop when my employer went belly up) so some of my Outllok files do not seem to be in the expected directories. For example, my pst file is in My Docs, although my archive.pst is in the expected place. Which files are needed to migrate my messages, contacts and calendar? The other stuff I can re-create manually (rules, shortcuts, etc.). I've heard about new pst formats so I'm concerned that I want to get it right the first time. Much thanks for all assistance!
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