Deleted message disappear in Office 2010

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I have recently installed Office 2010 on my new Win 7 PC. I installed the Office Home / Bus suite and then copied my outlook.pst from my old Win XP system Office 2007, to this Win 7 system. All my old email seems to be OK .
Now here's a couple of problems I have seen:
1. In my mail items view in Outlook, I now see 2 root folders, 1 is named "Personal Folders" - the one in my copied outlook.pst which contains all of my email etc from Win XP Outlook 2007. The other is named the same as my full email address - call it <email>.
New email messages that I receive are put into the <email> Inbox, not the 'Personal Folders' inbox. When I deleted received messages in Outlook 2007, they used to be moved to my 'Deleted Items' folder in 'Personal Folders' - now they seem to disappear altogether:confused:! There is no ‘Deleted Items’ folder under the <email> root folder. Is there a setting I need to adjust so that they will be put into a ‘Deleted Items’ folder?

2. I would prefer to look in my ‘Personal Folders’ Inbox for all of my messages - inbox, sent, etc. Are there setting that would direct all of my email and deleted items to my ‘Personal Folders’?

Thanks for any help you can give:)!

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