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2003 outlook transfer to outlook 2007

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    Hello,
    I’m looking for some help with an NK2 file and a very demanding boss :mad:. Guess you can’t help with the boss…..

    I’m moving email contents Office 2003 from an XP Pro machine to Office 2007 on a 32 bit W-7. I went to “user”\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook and copied the all content of the file to a new location and saved it. I used Microsoft’s instructions to transfer the profile from Office 2003 to Office 2007 too. I have plenty of files to choose from. :)

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287070

    Everything seemed to transfer except the auto complete no longer works. I searched and found that I need to export the NK2 file from 2003 to 2007. I looked in the exported folder I saved on the network and could not find any file that ended in .nk2. I looked back on the computer itself and could not find it there either. Is there a different name it could be called? Show hidden file and folders is enabled and I tried to use Search. Nothing.

    Also when I find it, how do I import this to the new Outlook 2007 account? I read something about changing the name. I should mention, incase this maters that the ISP provides Exchange to 3 users and the rest are using POP3. I still have the old machine if I need to grab something off of it. Please be as detailed as possible. I’m tired of being hollered at.
     
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