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Outlook 2010 ost file

Posted on 2014-11-29
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I have a user profile that has 2 .ost files stored on the laptop. They are from different email domains. The old .ost file server is no longer operational. I wish to import the .ost into the current email file. If it was a .pst it would be ok. Is there a way to import .ost into a the current email mail file?
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You need a third party tool to do this. There is not a native Outlook way to do it.

Try Stellar tools or like product: http://osttopstconverter.stellarservertools.com/?gclid=Cj0KEQiA-uWjBRChu9ie05m5ipgBEiQAuHIuKwl6QaA0Mta4OPjqjUFTm7pq6QJmRr4CIz-Ql4Ag42gaAgl_8P8HAQ

I have not used these, however
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I have used the Stellar tools and can confirm it does what it says on the tin
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@jdanahay  - Thank you and I was happy to help.
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