Returning? It wasn't your computer on which you installed software? It was
a rental? Or the owner wants it back? Are you sure that you want to
"return" the computer with all your data on it? Did the "rental" agreement
state that you had to return it with the OS still installed and that you
were not permitted to wipe the disks to secure your private information?
that I installed the beta version of office 2010 on.
Copy the .pst file like Russ said. You copy it like you do any other file:
open Windows Explorer and do the copy, use a command shell and use the
'copy' command, or however you have been copying files before. It's just a
file; however, be sure to unload Outlook so it doesn't have that file open.
Later, don't import. Just use File -> Open to look at the .pst file. If
you want to mix items from there into your current message store, select and
drag them from the ancilliary .pst file that you opened into your message