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Outlook 2007

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by matchain, Dec 20, 2010.

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  1. matchain

    matchain Thread Starter

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    I have Windows XP and about 2 months ago installed Office 2007. My outlook had a "dill" problem and the information box stated to insert the program disk. When I did that, the outlook program was no longer accessible on the disk and running the "fix" option on the disk deleted outlook from my computer. Somehow, the program was searching for a file, which I found the solution for and then successfully reinstalled outlook.

    Now, how can I find my old emails in my inbox. When I reinstalled, it only loaded the un-open emails. How can I bring up my previous emails?
     
  2. Ziggy1

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    You probably meant "dll" either that or your outlook is "pickled".....lmao....sorry could't resist.

    Try searching your system for *.pst

    The * is a wildcats for any file ending with .pst
     
  3. EAFiedler

    EAFiedler Retired Moderator

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    Hi matchain

    Check your View settings, the Inbox for Outlook may be configured to only show "Unread Messages in This Folder"
    In Outlook 2007, check your view settings here:
    View > Current View > Messages


    Let us know if that helps or not.
     
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