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New user accounts in Win2k

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Hi
I've got an old Win2k machine here that's been working perfectly for a long time, however the user recently phoned me up to say all his email had disappeared along with all the short cuts on the desktop.
The machine has added a second user, along side userfoo we now have userfoo.machinename.
what's the best way to deal with this? - can i just copy the data from the old profile to the new one and re set up his pop account?

regards

Spotta
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Yes, copy the data from the old profile and re-set up the POP account. It'll be the fastest solution.
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thanks.

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