Recovering address-book and email from outlook 2002
Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: vansman-ga
List Price: $35.00
05 May 2006 14:37 PDT
Expires: 04 Jun 2006 14:37 PDT
Question ID: 725870
I have a computer in which the windows XP operating system is corrupt and the machine no longer boots. I removed this unbootable HDD and placed it in another machine as a slave and I can now access the files, this drive is now ?D? drive in the new machine. What I need is the address book and inbox email from Outlook 2002 moved from the ?D-drive? to my ?C-drive? so that I can again have access to this data. I just installed outlook 2002 on the C-drive so it is a ?fresh? copy. I cannot start outlook from the old (slave) HDD, so I cannot ?back-up? the information I need in the normal way. Is there any way to extract the address book and inbox emails and save it to the working version of Outlook 2002 on my C-drive? Additionally, can internet explorer's "favorites" somehow be extracted too? This would be a big help. Thanks in advance!
Re: Recovering address-book and email from outlook 2002
Answered By: rainbow-ga on 05 May 2006 20:42 PDT
Hi vansman, I'm just part of the Answers team. ;-) I'm glad the information I provided helped towards a solution to your problem. Best regards, Rainbow
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Solution worked like a charm, I could not be more pleased. Lightning fast response was the best part. Well worth the money for time sensitive issue.
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