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    hello
    I would like to import my mail from .pst files to oulook express.
    can someone help?
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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    That's interesting because I would also like to hear from someone that might be able to help me with a similar question. I have just started using Groupwise (Novell) today at work but I have Outlook express at home and I want to be able to use both of them and transfer my calender etc.

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    Outlook Express can import your Outlook files directly. Simply go to File -> Import and choose Outlook.


    As for Netware's product, You can look for an Import Facility but you might have to export from the Netware Package as another file format than import it.
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    the problem is that outlook was on a different computer. therefore I exported my mail to a .pst file
    and now I cant open it in outlook express
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    Open Outlook on your other computer and export your mail to a floppy disk and then import it on the computer with Outlook Express.

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    I have well over 50mgs of mail to import, ;-)


    it was exported to a file with .pst extension

    anybody ?
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    Well you have to transfer the file to the other computer somehow then import it. Use a zip disk, email it to yoruself, upload it somewhere...

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    the mail is already transfered to my computer, my problem begins when I try to import it to outlook express. is there a way or utillty to do it?

    Robert Z. Wioslo
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    I did the same thing I think. You exported the mail (or saved it), then went to import it and realized it won't import it directly correct? It seems to like to do it from programs (like outlook), but not from disk. I also tried to "open" the files, but realized it doesn't like that either. So now I have them in a folder, and clicking on the message will open it in the correct format, but it surely wasn't what I had wanted.
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