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how to transfer cached email address

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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
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Yes.  Copy the .NK2 file into the new profile.
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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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Make sure you are showing hidden files.  The link above has the correct paths.
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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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For windows 7 enter the following into your search box : %appdata%/microsoft/outlook
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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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Windows 7, right?  Use the path above.  Also make sure that you can see the extensions.
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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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