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Insufficient Permission to Open Backup.PST file in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2008-06-19
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I am transferring the email to a new domain under Echange 2007 running Outlook 2003.  There was some mention of creating a cross forest trust before transferring the mailboxes but I'm trying to use the PST file instead.  As mentioned the Outook wasn't able to open the file because of the permission.  Is there anything I can do to the properties file before importing the PST?  
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've tried changing permissions on the lapel of "security" pst file?
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