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Apple's version of Microsoft Outlook 2011 needs database transferred.

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I exported the email database because I'm struggling to find the email database file.  Is it possible to simply copy the database to the new mac setup?  What's the path?  WHat's the best method to import?
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Look in your DOCUMENTS folder for "Microsoft User Data" .. all files related to MS Office 2011 Mac are in there.

The Outlook database should be inside a folder called Office 2011 Identities .. simply copy the folder to your other Mac ..
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I used the Apple Migration Tool and it recognized how to restore the data properly.  So copying identity wasn't necessary,
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