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Moving account from Outlook Express 6 on one machine to Outlook 2007 on another

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My wife has Outlook Express 6 on an old PC and I want to move her account to Outlook 2007 on another machine running under Windows 7. I can't find a file on her hard drive that looks like the equivalent of Outlook.pst. How would I pull in her current emails and contact details into Outlook?
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Just export the mails to a PST and then import that into outlook 2007
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