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tranfering Rules in Outlook

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Recently I restored my instable system (Win XP pro) back to an earlier state. Thereby I started again at a stage where my Outlook 2002 had no rules yet.
In a later stage I made quite a few rules to stop spam.
Now they are all gone.
I still have a safety backup of the complete sytem in which the rules where active.
- but where are they
- and how can I tranfer them to the 'new' Outlook?

Regards,

Diego Pos
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diegopos,
   Here is an illustrated website for importing and exporting rules in Outlook

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/helpcentral/directions/Import-Export_Rules_O2k.php
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