Unable to get Calendar from .PST file

Hello,

I tried importing the .PST file multiple times and I tried different methods of importing every time, but could never get the Calendars  or Contacts to show (only worried about Calendars). The strange thing is I was able to get the mail and tasks. I am running Outlook 2007 and the .PST file is also from a computer that was running Outlook 2007. My OS is Windows 8.1 Pro. Currently running Exchange 2003 if that helps at all. I no longer have access to the computer the .PST file is from originally.

Thank you.
Gloria BurtPresidentAsked:
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Justin DurrantSr. Engineer - Windows Server/VirtualizationCommented:
Was the calendar checked when the PST was exported?
Scott GorcesterCTOCommented:
I generally run seperate exports for calendar and contacts. Once you have exported and imported the PST just run another export and choose calendar and then do the same for contacts.

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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Open up the PST by going to File>Open>Outlook data file. If you go under the Calender view, you might see "Calender from such and such", where such and such is the name of the PST file.  Then you have to check the box to display the calendar.  If you don't see a calender by attaching the PST and then checking it within the calendar view it probably wasn't exported.
MrSlithyCommented:
When you were on the original PST are you sure that you are also exporting all sub folders and have that checked? There's no real need to run them a separate purchase choose the particular profile and say include all subfolders. See if that works
Gloria BurtPresidentAuthor Commented:
Didn't solve my question, but is good general advice that I already follow.
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