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Old 02-14-2009, 01:51 PM
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Trying to transfer Outlook Contacts/Calendar to a new computer
 
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Hello - I am trying to transfer my Contacts and Calendar from Outlook 2003 Professional edition on one computer to my Outlook 2002 Standard version. Can this be done?



P.S. I have already attempted to copy and paste the personal folders.pst file from one computer to another and I receive the error message that the file is not compatable with the 2002 verson.

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Old 02-20-2009, 03:40 PM
caholmes caholmes is offline Trying to transfer Outlook Contacts/Calendar to a new computer Windows Vista Trying to transfer Outlook Contacts/Calendar to a new computer Office 2007
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Have you tried File >> Import and Export. You can export both your contacts and calendar this way.
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