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Accessing Outlook files from recovered data from dead drive

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Is there a way to "import" Outlook data file(s) from a recovered data?  Can you simply import the old data files?

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Hi CraigSNYC,

You should be able to click File -> Open -> Outlook Data File, then navigate to the file that contains what you wish to import.  Open it, then select all items and move them where you want them.

Good luck!
~Jillyn
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Greetings, CraigSNYC !

If the old data files are on a CD, copy them to the hard drive and make sure they are not write protected. Then in Outlook, go to File > Import and Export to import the data.

Best wishes!
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