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the outlook 2007 cannot open

By user_21 ·
I cannot open the outlook 2007, when I tried one table appeared that explain the errors has been detected in the file C:\users\user\appdata\microsoft\outlook\outlook.pst. but these file doesn't exist in my computer. These problem come when my friends tried to clone the outlook(include @) of the job's@ in my personal laptop. So all the @ that comes in work computer, should come and in the personal laptop. Normally I should have all the history of the email
But this doesn't work, because I need your help. First to open the outllok and the second to clone the @.
I looking forward to read your help
thanks dori

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this belongs in the Q&A area not here - please post there -nt

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Repost as 'Q&A'

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