PST problem after migration

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.PST files
.PST migration
Outlook
Outlook 2003
my outlook pst not showing old mail since today morning.last night i have migrated the system old domain to new domain.but before migration i take a backup of pst

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Make sure you are accessing the correct pst. Go to file-open outlook data file and see if the backup of the pst is there. If you changed domains, it is likely when you logged into the new domain you also created a new profile on the PC. If that is the case you need to move the old pst into the new windows profile. Do a search including hidden files and folders for your .pst file. Move it into the same folder in the new profile. If that is not the case, please provide more details about what you mean by migrating to a new domain. Thanks!

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  • carlosdl
    Are these archived mails ? if so, did you backup your archive pst as well ?
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  • Fontanatech
    Another options is to create a new mail (pst) file and import the old mail from the original PST. FontanaTech
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