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how to import fold from outlook express to MS Office outlook email?

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Hello Guys

I installed windows 7 in my computer and outlook express doesn't come with it anymore.

I have some fold that I saved in my pendrive and I want to import into MS OFFICE OUTLOOK, How can I do this?

thanks
Alex
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In Outlook you should have the ability to do this through an Import.  See the instructions for "How to import Outlook Express messages, address book and rules" for Outlook 2010 about halfway down the page.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291602
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the link didn't open
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I just checked and its working for me.  Try cutting and pasting it in a browser if clicking isn't working http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291602
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I will try
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thanks
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