how to transfer cached email address

Hi Everyone,

Does anyone knows how to transfer 'cached email addresses" from one pc to another from Microsoft Outlook 2007 (see attached image)?

Is it possible to do this?

Many thanks
cached-email-address.bmp
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mcse2007Asked:
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minganoCommented:
Yes.  Copy the .NK2 file into the new profile.
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mcse2007Author Commented:
what happen if you cannot locate the .NK2 file? I've searched everywhere and cannot seems to locate this file using Outlook 2007.
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minganoCommented:
Make sure you are showing hidden files.  The link above has the correct paths.
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Audhi203Commented:
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Let's GoCommented:
Try looking for the nk2 file in
C:\users\username\appdata\roaming\microsoft\outlook (where you replace "username" as appropriate for the particular user)
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minganoCommented:
For windows 7 enter the following into your search box : %appdata%/microsoft/outlook
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mcse2007Author Commented:
Show hidden files / folders is enabled, did tried searching through my computer but the file won't show up. I've two different machines logged under the same user name but cannot find NK2 file.
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minganoCommented:
Windows 7, right?  Use the path above.  Also make sure that you can see the extensions.
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Let's GoCommented:
On XP, use
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
or the text which Mingano quoted, i.e. %appdata%/microsoft/outlook
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