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Hey

I a large PST file (Outlook 2010) - is it possible to somehow upload the messages to a IMAP account? (I have an IMAP account)

Thanks in advance

Mike
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Mike,

You should be able to accomplish this by moving or copying the items from the folder(s) in the .pst file to a folder in your IMAP account.
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You may not be able to import the .PST file directly into an IMAP account, however you may open the PST file in the Outlook and then drag and drop them into the IMAP folder so that it will synchronized with the IMAP account.

Note: While dragging the data, ensure Outlook is set to work off line.
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