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Migrate Rules/Contacts Outlook 2003 to  2010

Posted on 2010-09-16
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Hi Experts!
THanks for reading this.

got a new puter with 2010 and old puter has 2003.
What is a easy way to migrate rules/contacts/ etc from outlook 2003 to outlook 2010?
Both puters are on the network.

TIA!
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To export Contacts - in Outlook 2003, select File->Import and Export->Export to - Personal Folders File, then copy file to 2010 machine
on 2010 machine - File->Open->Import and then import it

For the Rules follow a similar process in 2002 go to Rules and Alerts->Options->Export Rules, copy to new machine then, File->Rules and Alerts->Options->Import Rules
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