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Upgrading from Outlook XP to Outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-09-02
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I'm getting ready to do a complete system reformat, since I haven't done one for a good 5 years probably.  I've purchased Office 2003, so I figure now is as good a time as any to go for it.

I have my .pst files from Outlook 2002 with all of my vital information (email information of course) in it, and I was wondering if there are -any- compatibililty issues using the Outlook 2002 .pst file and importing it into Outlook 2003?  I'd really hate to reformat my hard drive and be stuck without the essentials.  Thanks in advance!
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I've done it on several computers and have not found any conflicting issues with the pst format.
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