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By o-sewell ·
What is the best way to save email addresses to a disk, so you can add them later to, say a new hard drive.
I need this for outlook express, and outlook that comes with office 2000

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by jacq In reply to PERSONAL FILES

easiest i can think of is export your adressbook from outlook express and import it later on the new computer..

but a backup copy of the .pst file would do the same trick i guess

hope this solves your problem.

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by cdobbin In reply to PERSONAL FILES

I agree, use the import/export function in Outlook. If you need help go to the downloads section here at Tech Republic and you will find Indespensible Outlook Tips, it tells you exactly what to do.

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by flan In reply to PERSONAL FILES

for outlook express, export address to *.csv, and import into other outlook express later.

for outlook, copy the entire pst file to where the new one will be, and that's it. (you'll also get all the messages/journal/etc...)

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by rwlap In reply to PERSONAL FILES

If you are currently running Windows and Outlook Express, you can simply go to explorer and make copy of files:
C:\Windows\Application Data\Microsoft\Address Book

and
C:\Windows\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook Express

These can then be placed in respective directories on new system.

Good Day.

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