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Importing old Outlook 2007 account setting and merging into new current inbox.

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I'm transferring old data from outlook 2007 to a new installation of outlook 2007. The things I wanted to do was to merge the old account data into the current and new account data and also import account settings if possible.
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As the first user commented on this post it is a good set of directions for a "Brain Transplant" in Outlook 2007

http://www.backuphowto.info/how-to-backup-restore-data-e-mail-account-settings-outlook-2007

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