Outlook XP help!!! :-(

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I had my mail working yesterday, but this morning it doesn't work. What is happening is it is saying ti can't find the .pst file. I did a search for the file, and I have 3 on my computer all named outlook1.pst, outlook.pst and something else. They are all like 10 mb or bigger. I had a filing system on my old account. Is there a way I can use one or all of these pst files to get my mail back to the exact way I had it before with all my email, folders, and subfolders? I am really in trouble without those emails!!!
 
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Go to file, import and export, select import from another program or file, then on the next screen choose personal folder file (pst). Go to those files that you found from the search and choose to import them. Repeat this process for each one. That should be all you have to do. If it still doesn't work post back.
 

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When I go to tools and Address book, I see some addresses in there. None of these addresses are in my "contacts" section of outlook. I did a search for .pab to try and exprt that, but it didn't come back with it finding anything.
 
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