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Import of file to outlook file is msg type and located at the desktop

Import of file to outlook file is msg type and located at the

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  5. Once you have located the PST file you can confirm that the file is correct by looking at the size of the PST file – it should be quite large - mine is about 1.2 GB!
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  8. Copy the PST file to a memorable location, such as the desktop (this is only temporary, and this PST file will be removed once the email transfer has been completed).
  9. Now it is time to import the contents of the old PST file into your installation of Outlook on the new computer by using the in-built Outlook import function.
  10. Open Outlook on the new computer then go to the “File” menu > “Import and Export”. The Import and Export Wizard window will appear.
  11. Select “Import from another program or file” and click “Next”.
  12. On the next screen asking you to choose the file type, select “Personal Folder File (.pst)” and click “Next”.
  13. The next screen will ask you to select the file to import.
  14. Click the “Browse” button and navigate to the location to which you copied the PST file from your old computer (in our example before this was the Desktop).
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I want to move outlook personal folders from pc


Hi,
Export it first from outlook for a current copy making sure you check mark "include sub folders"- then copy it to the taget PC, then import it back on the new pc from import/export in Outlook.

Make sure you get all of the personal folders, contacts etc.


if you need the steps how to do it, here they are:

To export an individual Outlook folder, such as the Contacts folder or the Calendar folder, follow these steps: 
1. On the File menu, click Import And Export. 
2. Click Export To File, and then click Next. 
3. In Create a file of type click Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next. 
4. In Select the folder to export from, click the folder you want to export. Click to select Include Subfolders if it applies, and then click Next. 
5. In Save exported file as, click Browse to select the location of the .pst file to receive the data that you want to export. Or, type the path and file name, and then click Finish. 



How to import .pst file data
To import a .pst file into Outlook, follow these steps: 1. On the File menu, click Import And Export. 
2. Click Import from another program or file, and then click Next. 
3. In Select the file type to import from, click Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next. 
4. In File to Import, click Browse to locate the .pst file that you want to import, and then click Next. If you know the path, type it in the box. 
5. In Select the folder to import from, click the folder that contains the data that you want to import.

If the folder contains subfolders, and you want to include this data in the import process, click to select the Include Subfolders check box. If the destination for importing is the currently selected folder, click Import items into the current folder. Otherwise, click Import items into the same folder. This creates matching items in the destination folder that you select. 
6. Click Finish. 


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