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Old 03-07-2008, 09:26 AM
David4321 David4321 is offline
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Recover OL 2003 contacts after xp profile corruption
 
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Default Recover OL 2003 contacts after xp profile corruption

Hello,



My administrator profile on xp recently corrupted. (It was the only user profile) Windows created a temporary replacement by default.

There was no other disk problems or data loss I am aware of.

I created a new profile without any problems. When it seemed I could access all documents, etc, I deleted the temporary profile.

Now upon opening outlook, it wants to configure email, and contacts are missing - probaby just because it thinks this is a new user.

How can I locate and associate the existing contacts with this new outlook profile?

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 03-09-2008, 07:13 AM
fubbleduck fubbleduck is offline
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Office Outlook *.PST (email, calendar, tasks, contacts etc)

<drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user name ( which would be the old one)>\local settings\application data\Microsoft\Outlook

Copy the pst and then import it into outlook on the new user or paste it in from outlook under file data.
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