--I am able to copy the files back and forth from my desktop to my laptop.
However, I get duplcate files downloaded when I re-synchronise with the
service. do I need to delete all server files at the same time?
Richie Palm Beach
> For personal users who do not have an Exchange Server, Outlook data is stored in Personal Folder files (*.pst). Outlook
uses Personal Folder files to store Information such as
> messages, tasks, contacts, calendar, etc. To backup your Outlook data, or to move your Outlook data from one machine to
another, you simply need to copy the .PST file from one
> machine to another, then make sure Outlook points to that .PST file on the second machine.
> For more information, please refer to the following Knowledge Base article.
> Q287070 OL2002: How to Back Up, Restore, or Move Outlook Data
> Note: this article is also adapted to Outlook 2003.
> Scott Atkins MCSE, MCSA
> Partner Technical Lead - Outlook
> Microsoft Technical Support
> for Platforms and Business Applications
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> >Your help is so important to me.
> >I have Outlook 2002, and want to save my Calendar & Contacts from my desktop
> >system to a Jump Drive and load it into my laptop.
> >I have Outlook 2002 on my laptop, but need to update it each time I travel.
> >You referred to "download and install this Microsoft add-in on both systems."
> >Please elaborate on this step or what download you are referring to.
> >I would be so grateful to find an answer to this ongoing Outlook Calendar
> >ASAP, SOMEBODY, PLEASE!!!
> >"Chuck Davis" wrote:
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >
> >> >.
> >> >
> >> It would have helped if you would have stated which version
> >> of Outlook. However, for Outlook 2000, 2002 and 2003,
> >> download and install this Microsoft add-in on both systems.
> >> Then back up to an external device and "restore" on the new
> >> PC.