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export outlook 2000 addressbook

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  1. larry2c

    larry2c Thread Starter

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    I am trying to export my Outlook 2000 address book and having a problem. When I open the address book and go to file export, import & export are underintensified.

    I have exported the address book before when I upgraded my motherboard. Now I want to esport it so I can import it on another machine and no such luck. Any ideas?

    Also, can I take an exported contacts list and import it into Outlook Express?

    Thanks in advance,

    Larry
     
  2. cybertech

    cybertech Retired Moderator

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    You can just copy the pab file from one machine to another.
     
  3. larry2c

    larry2c Thread Starter

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    I did a search for pab and found nothing. I am still a little confused as to why the export & import selection is under intensified on the address book file menu. Any ideas?
     
  4. Bman

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    If your using Outlook and not Outlook Express... you need to find the Outlook.pst file. It should be located:
    C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Application data\Microsoft\Outlook
    This will only work for you if the other machine has Outlook. Have you tried repairing Office to see if this corrects you import/export problem?
     
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