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Downgrade from Outlook 2013 to 2007

One of our client's PC broke, it were running 2007, after the 'tech' replaced it, he put on a 'funny' copy of 2013, even the this client had licence for 2007, so now after a month, the expected warning came, instead of buying 2013, can I simply export to PST and then import  it to 2007 ?
I know 2010 can go backward, but not so sure about 2013.
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Sam Simon NasserCONSULTANT/DIRECTORCommented:
yes they should be the same
you have 2 ways:
go to file | import and export
go to computer - C drive - users - username - AppData - Local - Microsoft - Outlook and copy that folder , then in 2010 create an account and choose i want to use existing outlook file
Yes of course it's achievable

Watch this Youtube video on how to export the pst file Outlook 2013

...and follow this Microsoft link for importing the pst file to Outlook 2007
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