[outlook-users] New PST

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Gigi Kandler

I started a new PST file for 2012. My messages are there, but my calendar and contacts are not. How do I move them?

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Diane Poremsky

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You have the old pst in your profile? Open it's contacts folder, select all and use move to folder or drag and drop to the new contacts folder. Repeat with calendar- make sure you use list view. See http://www.slipstick.com/tutorial/merging-two-calendar-folders/ if you need a tutorial. (The process is the same for moving all items between all folder types. )
 
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Gigi Kandler

Thanks!! I really appreciate your help. It's easy peasy when you know there

is a list view in Calendar.

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Subject: RE: [outlook-users] New PST

You have the old pst in your profile? Open it's contacts folder, select all

and use move to folder or drag and drop to the new contacts folder. Repeat

with calendar- make sure you use list view. See

http://www.slipstick.com/tutorial/merging-two-calendar-folders/ if you need

a tutorial. (The process is the same for moving all items between all folder

types. )
 
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