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How do you change the default delivery location in Outlook 2003?

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I'm using Outlook 2003 with PST files on a standalone computer. My current default dir is on C and I'd like it to point to D because of space issues on C. I also have an existing PST which I'd like to import to the new data PST (it was from Outlook 2000, so it has PST size issues) .

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