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Old 01-04-2011, 09:28 AM
MattReal MattReal is offline Importing a .pst file, with a password?  Huh? Windows 7 32bit Importing a .pst file, with a password?  Huh? Office 2007
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Hello all,

I'm currently upgrading 45 laptops from Windows Xp Pro to Windows 7 Pro. I'm reinstalling Office 2007 on all the machine. I'm configuring Outlook and setting up everyone's .pst files and NK2 files. On 3 of the 9 i've upgraded, the .pst file is asking for a password before it will allow me to import it. The problem is, none of the 3 folks have placed a password on the .pst file. Is this common? I mean i've seen this 3 of 9 so far and do not want to continue to have this issue. Also, what can be done if no one remembers their password for the .pst file?

Thanks for any help.
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Mophead Mophead is offline Importing a .pst file, with a password?  Huh? Windows 7 Importing a .pst file, with a password?  Huh? Office 2010 (Version 14.0)
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MattReal,

Please review the link below on how to gain access the data on a password protected pst file.

http://www.amset.info/outlook/pst-password.asp

Hope this helps.

Mophead,
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