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Thu Nov 15 09:33:06 EST 2007

I'll see how these things work.

I'll post a result as something happens so everyone can stop anxiously holding their breath in anticipation.  ;-)


On Dec 7, 2007 12:20 PM, Cyber Source <peter at> wrote:

Not sure about the newer versions but Outlook from Office 2000 would
make a backup *.pst file by default. I've used this before. Search

through the old data for *.pst, I believe it will be called backup.pst,
import that file and you should have all as it was.

Brad Bartram wrote:
> Hey guys,

> First, sorry about the off topic post, but I know there's probably
> some knowledge on the subject here, so I figured I'd give it a try.
> Here's my issue:
> A person I work with is using Outlook 2007 for his mail and personal

> scheduling and address book and keeping his food cold, etc.  He
> recently had his laptop crap out on him.  Long story short, we have a
> new machine for him, but he wants to migrate his old settings and such

> from his old harddrive image over to his new machine.  He has all his
> old email in the form of a pst, as well as complete access to the old
> drive including the registry.
> From my preliminary research, I found that outlook stores account

> information in the registry (go figure).  His big concern is the email
> filters he has set up to move his mail all around.  He has quite a
> complex ruleset and isn't really looking forward to recreating it from

> scratch - and neither do I, because I sit right next to him and it
> just won't make my day pleasant.
> So does anyone here know where outlook 2007 stores the filter data?
> The only thing we don't have access to at this point is a running

> machine with his native OS and Data on it, we're working from an
> image, so I can't just fire up his old OS and run an export or
> migration application or utility on it.
> Any help would be appreciated.

> Thanks
> Brad

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