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Hello ncnllc,

You open an OST with Outlook connected to Exchange.  If no Exchange, you need to convert OST to PST and then open in Outlook.

Convert OST to PST at reasonable price
http://www.thomasitsolutions.com/ostconversion.html
OR
http://www.ostconversion.co.uk/


Hope this helps!
war1
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