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How do I read old archived .cca files? I am using Vista Home premium

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Cannot read old .cca files.Have Lotus notes but this will not convert! please help a computer beginner
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.CCA is a CC mail archive file, You cant open it with a Lotus notes client, Its a leagcy file.

But you can convert it by using the below link & then you can open this in outlook.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196622
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