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Import from Psersonal Folders (Outlook.pst) to Exchange Mailbox

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I am trying to import my calendar from my pst file (using Import) to my Exchange folder.  When I try , it appears to be working...however, when done, it kindof stalls for a moment and then moves all of the calendar entries to a timeslot of "now".  I end up with all of my calendar entries in one slot.

Any recommendations?
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by:rosesolutions1
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Rather than doing a drag and drop, use the File/Import command. (Another program is the right choice - and point to the PST file)
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by:stefri
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Dragging and Dropping on Calendar Folder today view set ?  
 or on Calendar Shortcut (in the Outlook Shortcuts)?
Should work on shortcut
Stefri
PS: best to copy than moving. Delete the original when you are happy with the copy
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by:BodeTech
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IN Outlook 2003 (perhaps others) the best way to move everything to the server is to

- Select a listing type view (By Category for instance).
- Select All (CTRL -> A)
- Click on the server Calendar
- Select a listing type view (By Category for instance).
- Paste

Works like a charm.

The bad news is that the outlook installation on which I was working was corrupted, so none of these worked, though they did once I repaired Outlook.
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