Outlook PST file error

Posted on 2005-03-31
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I get a message when i add it into outlook 2003 " The file c:\outlook.pst is not compatible with this version of the Personal Folders information service. Contact your administrator."
My PST is very important. Please help !!
Question by:kennycpu
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Hi kennycpu,
> not compatible with this version of the Personal Folders information service.

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