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Outlook 2000 question restoring email, FAQ??

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by johnkramer, May 9, 2001.

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  1. johnkramer

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    I did some damage recently and now that I'm up and running again I'd like to try and get my outlook 2000 POP3 email and address book back. unless there was a file in my root directory I needed, I know I have everything, its just I don't know where to find and replace.

    win98se
    IE5.5
    MS office 2K premium

    Thanks

    John
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    *.pst = mail, contacts, calendar, etc.
    *.iaf = internet account (something, maybe file)
     
  3. jsims

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    Dreamboat, I have a similar problem as JohnKramer. a few days ago I was getting this error message regarding a MAPI error. Based on some instructions I found on the net I went about removing and reinstalling windows messaging. That is when the problems began. When I completed that process and tried to read emails, contacts, notes, etc., nothing was there.

    I ran a *.pst search and did appear to find files.....but my question now is how do you restore then into Outlook 2000?

    I have the same operating system as JohnKramer:

    Windows 98 SE
    IE 6.0
    Microsoft Office 2000

    Appreciate any assistance Dreamboat
     
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