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bigboon
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      14th Jul 2003
I'm trying to import my old PST file (all 400megs) into my
new Outlook 2000 so I can recover my old saved emails,
etc, but I get, "File access denied. You do not have the
permission required to access this file..."
ANY IDEAS? thnx, b
 
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marc
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      14th Jul 2003
try copying the file to a FAT32 partition or burning it to
a CD, anything that isn't formatted in NTFS, so that the
file will lose its DACL(security permissions). OR.. enter
the properties/security tab, and add the "everyone" group
to the list of users, and give everybody "full control".

Cheers

>-----Original Message-----
>I'm trying to import my old PST file (all 400megs) into

my
>new Outlook 2000 so I can recover my old saved emails,
>etc, but I get, "File access denied. You do not have the
>permission required to access this file..."
>ANY IDEAS? thnx, b
>.
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Wayne Binstead
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      15th Jul 2003
When I had this problem I just clicked on blank password
and it loaded fine, give it a go, maybe i was lucky.
>-----Original Message-----
>I'm trying to import my old PST file (all 400megs) into

my
>new Outlook 2000 so I can recover my old saved emails,
>etc, but I get, "File access denied. You do not have the
>permission required to access this file..."
>ANY IDEAS? thnx, b
>.
>

 
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      2nd May 2010
To resolve this issue, just remove the Read Only file property. To do this, right-click the file, click Properties, click to clear the Read Only check box, and then click OK. The Import process should now finish successfully.
 
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