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outlook 2007 NK2 file to copy on windows7/outlook2010

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Hello,
I would like to copy the nk2 file from the pc windows xp to pc windows7.
It seems the windows 7 doesnt work with the nk2 file, when i copy them to the folder roaming.
It doesnt pick the emails.
Thanks for you help
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try nk2view

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/outlook_nk2_autocomplete.html

definately works with listing the records in outlook 2010 so the editor should be able to write to it
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It isnt used in 2010. It is automatically imported into the Suggested Contacts folder in Outlook, first time it is launched. Make sure it has the same name of the profile, as Outlook is configured for...
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Same folder, same name
start and type in the Run box: - Outlook.exe /importnk2
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Thanks for your quick reply !!

Acutally, i want to copy the nk2 file from xp/outlook 2007 workstation to another windows 7/ outlook 2010 workstation.

Johnb & markstiweel >> your suggestion will work for the migration from xp to 7 on the same PC, am i right ? not in the case while changing the workstation itself.
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Same PC/Different PC... Doesnt matter as long as the name of the file matches the Profile Name...

In 2010 I think the profile name is Outlook, so it would be Outlook.NK2

Or Default Outlook Profile, would be Default Outlook Profile.NK2

etc....

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that means i have to run the command %appdata%\Microsoft\Outlook in windows xp workstation ? import it, and then i will move it to windows 7 ?
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As long as the profile name is the same, you dont need to run any commnad, it just sucks it in....
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