When I send a meeting notice from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2000, the notice
comes in html format and is hard to read. Is there a solution for this other
than upgrading Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2003?
"Brian Tillman" wrote:
> Chris Haynes wrote:
> > Recently purchased new systems with WinXP Pro and Office 2003. All
> > previous systems were Win98SE and Office 2000. Am not retiring or
> > upgrading older systems. Can I copy/import/export outlook.pst among
> > systems or will the difference in file systems make that impossible.
> There will be no problem at all. Whatever medium you use for transferring
> the data will be compatible with both.
> Things to keep in mind: 1) Outlook 2000 can't read the Outlook 2003 PST
> format so you'll have to make sure you stick with the OL 2000-format PST,
> which OL 2003 can read/write just fine. 2) Avoid export/import. There is
> absolutely no reason to every use it when moving a PST between Outlook
> instances. Just make sure Outloko is closed when you copy the PST. 3) If
> you use a CD to transfer, you'll have to copy the PST from CD to the hard
> drive on the destination machine and remove the read-only attribute it will
> have acquired. 4) Never overwrite a PST of the same name. If it's loaded in
> a profile you'll corrupt the profile if you do.
> See http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/backupandrestore.htm
> Brian Tillman