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Terri

I am at the Control Panel/Mail/Profiles/Data Files/Settings - do I just take
the old setting and change it to C:\Documents and settings/My
DOcuments\Outlook\Outlook.pst
???

And - I have Windows XP and Outlook 2003

Thanks again!
 
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Brian Tillman

Terri said:
I am at the Control Panel/Mail/Profiles/Data Files/Settings - do I
just take the old setting and change it to C:\Documents and
settings/My DOcuments\Outlook\Outlook.pst
???
Hard to say. What are you trying to do?
 
V

Vanguard

I am at the Control Panel/Mail/Profiles/Data Files/Settings - do I just
take the old setting and change it to C:\Documents and settings/My
DOcuments\Outlook\Outlook.pst
???

And - I have Windows XP and Outlook 2003

Thanks again!

This is not a prattle chat room with messages disconnected from each
other. Post your additional message within your original thread so
others know the context of your message; else, start a whole new thread
and provide the details. Don't expect anyone to bother to go hunting
around for your old post(s).
 
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Charles W Davis

Terri said:
I am at the Control Panel/Mail/Profiles/Data Files/Settings - do I just
take the old setting and change it to C:\Documents and settings/My
DOcuments\Outlook\Outlook.pst
???

And - I have Windows XP and Outlook 2003

Thanks again!
If you are trying to move your .pst to the My document folder. Close Outlook
and move it using Windows explorer. Then open Outlook, File > Open > Outlook
Data Files.
 

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