Move all Outlook data from one computer to another computer

Posted on 2011-04-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am replacing a harddisk on my labtop.  How do I backup or make a copy of my existing data (email, contact, calender, task ....), archive and the folders structure from my existing harddisk to a new harddisk
Question by:tommym121
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    if you want every thing to be the same copy your old hard to the new
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    by:Raheman M. Abdul
    From outlook run the import export wizard from Menu
    save it as .pst and then run import wizard
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    by:Tony Giangreco
    Don't forget the NK2 file for Outlook's autocomplete function. It's located in the hidden folder c:\....applicationData\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\outlook.nk2

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