How to merge archive .pst files

Hi,

I have a user who runs Outlook 2003 on an Exchange 2003 server.  Somehow he managed to create 2 archive .pst files.  I am not sure how he did this, he of course doesn't know himself.  The problem is that he has info in both archive files he needs to access once in a while.   My question is what is the best way to merge both the archive.pst files into a single archive.pst file again?

The user has archive.pst and archive1.pst.


Thanks for the help!

Monty
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JasperIAMCommented:
In Outlook, File, import, Import from another program or file, select pst file, browse to archive file, select top of folder to get all info, should be good to go.
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f_umarCommented:
i think u can see both in outlook folder list u can move or copy item simply by selecting and drag to another folder
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montyjenkinsAuthor Commented:
I did the import from another program or file.  I had thought of that at first but something told me that was just to easy.   You know how it goes somtimes.... the easy fix sometimes does actually work!  : )

Thanks for the replies.


Monty
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