Outlook 2010 copy my "Quick Steps" to another computer

Posted on 2012-09-19
Last Modified: 2012-09-20

I have a bunch of Quick Steps that I set up in my Outlook (IMAP) account.

I just set up the same email account to IMAP to another computer with Outlook 2010.

Is there a quick way to copy all the quick steps, rather than recreating them from scratch?

Question by:etech0
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    Accepted Solution

    Unfortunately, there's no migration path for quick steps. You can migrate e-mail into a PST file but configuration settings like quick steps must be re-created on a new machine.
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    Author Closing Comment

    Oh well. Guess I'll do it manually.

    Thanks for the information, anyways!

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