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I have a user who using outlook 2010 and her  Oulook Nickname  file is corrupt, how can I copy the contents in the old file to the new file?
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Copy the old NK2 file to %appdata%\Microsoft\Outlook.

The go to Start > Run and type:

outlook.exe /importnk2

Should save messing about with migrating data between files.
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