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transfering bookmarks,email&addresses

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by LBJOHNSON, Dec 20, 2001.

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  1. LBJOHNSON

    LBJOHNSON Thread Starter

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    I bought a new Dell 8200 w/ windows XP ( comp2)and I want to use Internet Explorer- outlook
    My (comp1) is Compac Presario & I have been using Netscape4.7
    I have the Compac & Dell hooked together with network cable.
    I got all my file & folders to network from Compac to Dell fine but
    I don't want to lose all my saved email, bookmarks & address book.
    How can I get these 3 from Netscape in Compac to Outlook in Dell?
    In ( comp1) Compac I can import them from Netscape to Outlook before tranfering by network if this is the easiest.
    Explain carefully please to this rookie !!!!!!!
    Appreciate any help much..............Thanks LBJ
     
  2. rkselby98

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    Go to program files, netscape, users folder and transfer all the files there to the new computer. You can use a floppy if the files aren't to largre and if they don't fit on a floppy maybe one file per floppy or email them to yourself if you can.

    Set up the folder in the new computer exactly as it was on the old one and all will work well.
     
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