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Tenmakk Tenmakk is offline How can I get Outlook from one user to another w/o a .pst file (primary user on computer is corrupt) Windows 7 64bit How can I get Outlook from one user to another w/o a .pst file (primary user on computer is corrupt) Office 2013
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Default How can I get Outlook from one user to another w/o a .pst file (primary user on computer is corrupt)

The main user I was using on my computer, Brad, has become corrupt and I can't login to it. I can, however, login as Administrator that has access to all of the files on Brad. Unfortunately, I'm unable to export Outlook settings to create a .pst file.



Is there any way that I can transfer the Outlook data I was using on my Brad account into the Admin account without a .pst file?

Thanks.
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