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Outlook 2000 exporting email to a file

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Does anyone know how I can export all of the information in Outlook like mail, calendar and contacts into a file that can be easily search and readable.  I would like to keep this email but want it off of my computer and burning it to a pst does not work because in order to read it you have to save it to the hard drive and remove the read only attribute.  That takes too long; I would like to read it from the CD.
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you could use Access2000 to import the mail into a database.From access create a new blank DB and go to
File > Get External Data > Import. Then in the "Files of Type" box select Outlook().
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