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Saving settings Hello I want to save all my email settings to a disc and import to another computer. Can I do that? Thanks.

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  • Rich Travis May 11, 2010

    Probably not.
    However, It could be possible. What is your:
    A) Operating system (Win98SE, WinXP, etc)
    B) What software are you using for mail? (Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Pine, etc.)
    C) If you are talking about more than just your Username, Password & mailserver (the only information you actually need to connect), what, exactly, are you talking about?


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You didn't mention what email program you were using, so here is some information on Outlook/Outlook Express

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Here is some more information on Outlook Express

http://www.pchell.com/support/backupoe.shtml


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If you want to transfer your files you will need to copy the Outlook PST file from your old computer to your new computer.
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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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You cannot import Outlook files into Outlook Express. You can import both into Outlook.

Select File->Import and Export, and then choose "Import from another program or file" then choose either PST file for Outlook or Outlook Express. Select the defaults from then on and browse to where you saved the emails. If you saved the emails correctly it should import them.

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