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Rstoring IMAP account  and Data in Outlook 2010

Posted on 2013-12-11
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Dear all,

i formatted my laptop with outlook and an Email (IMAP) account in it ,    off-course  , since it was  configured in the beginning all my sent mail and inbox mail  was under that account ... ...i used  Import/Export  before formatting  my laptop and after, i re install all software including office 2010 and used Import/Export to restore the  old email , but the problem now is all email are coming under  a separate  heading (as u can c in attached piks) , i want them to appear   in one place ...since i have four email account i donrt want them to get mixed up too... kindly support.
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Just select and drag the contents in your inbox on the PST to the new location.
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