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Microsoft outlook data file for new domain controller users

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I am adding computers to new domain when new user joined to the domain the microsft outlook config will be blank and you need to backup outlook files from the old user then import to the new domain user is there any that I can reduce this time and to keep the outlook datafiles and config for the old user to the new user
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you could carry the mail over via a pst or try moving the .ost file.
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thanks do you mean to export files pst files and then to import into the new user. I do this this way when I format the pc  .

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