PST files from Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2007

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Windows 7 in 2010
How do you transfer the outlook 2000 .pst file into outlook 2007?

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Outlook 2007 should be backward compatible with *.pst files created from earlier versions. There are two easy ways:
<ol>
<li>Use data management to add the *.pst.</li><li>Basic import (may have to specify a *.pst version older than 2003-2007).</li>
</ol>

Also, here’s <a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287070″>Microsoft’s</a> article on managing *.pst files.

Hope this helps!

-Schmidtw

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  • Swati04
    Yes, outlook 2007 will let you to import pst file of outlook 2000. You can simply use File import & Export option in Outlook.

    Open the Outlook >> File >> Import and Export >> Import from another program or file >> Next >> Personal Folder File (.pst) >> Next >> Browse.
    And then locate and select outlook 2000 pst file and import.
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