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outlook .bak file - how do I use it / import it into outlook?

Posted on 2007-04-06
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scanpst.exe resulted in a blamk .pst file
I did a back up to a .bak

How do I import this file ?
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Hi worded,

How did you create the .bak file? If you right click on the .bak file, what is the size of the file?

Did you try renaming the file to outlook.pst?

cheers,
frankco
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that worked ..
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