Does outlook 2010 import from outlook in windows xp?


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Bob Smith

Hello, I just installed Windows 7 (64bit) & outlook 2010 (64bit), and
i want to import some saved accounts from windows xp. Is there a way
outlook 2010 can do this? TIA.
 
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Ed Cryer

Hello, I just installed Windows 7 (64bit)& outlook 2010 (64bit), and
i want to import some saved accounts from windows xp. Is there a way
outlook 2010 can do this? TIA.
This might seem a silly answer but have you tried importing in the File
menu?

Ed
 
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Jolly polly

Bob Smith said:
Hello, I just installed Windows 7 (64bit) & outlook 2010 (64bit), and
i want to import some saved accounts from windows xp. Is there a way
outlook 2010 can do this? TIA.
Yes, have a look at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291602
there are some problems with the 64bit version, synchronising with a PDA for
example, MS solution install the 32bit version, I digress
 
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Bob Smith

This might seem a silly answer but have you tried importing in the File
menu?

Ed
Could you tell me where the "import" function is located in outlook
2010? TIA
 
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Ed Cryer

Could you tell me where the "import" function is located in outlook
2010? TIA
No. I don't have it. But I do have the 2007 version, and I can find it
in there.

Ed
 
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Disbelief

Ed said:
No. I don't have it. But I do have the 2007 version, and I can find it
in there.

Ed
Yep, it's even in the Outlook 97 that's used in Office 97 Pro - but it's
probably not as advanced as newer versions - (and sod paying Microshaft to
update to the much bloated newer versions).
 
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BobbyM

Hello, I just installed Windows 7 (64bit)& outlook 2010 (64bit), and
i want to import some saved accounts from windows xp. Is there a way
outlook 2010 can do this? TIA.
Click on "file", then choose "open". You'll find "import" as well as
"open outlook data file" there.
 
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Gordon

Hello, I just installed Windows 7 (64bit)& outlook 2010 (64bit), and
i want to import some saved accounts from windows xp. Is there a way
outlook 2010 can do this? TIA.
What exactly do you mean by import some "saved ACCOUNTS"?
Do you mean the Account setup details or data like email etc? If the
latter what were you using for your email client on XP?
 
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