Import Ms Exchange inbox file(.pst) into Ms Outlook 2003

This tutorial will guide users to transfer email messages from Microsoft Exchange Inbox (Ms Exchange 5.5 client) into Microsoft Outlook 2003.

1. Create personal folder in the local drive - Right-click Ms Exchange Inbox icon on the desktop (which is use to open email) and choose Properties. Click Show Profile and choose to Create Personal Folder. Name it 'Personal Folder - Email'.

2. Open Ms Exchange Inbox by double-clicking on the icon. Click and drag all email from Inbox (Mailbox) into the personal folder you've just created. This will move all emails from a server into a user's local drive (personal folder).

3. Close Ms Exchange Inbox and open Ms Outlook 2003. Click File and choose Import and Export.

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4. Click Import from another program or file in the Import and Export wizard and click Next.

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5. On the Import a File window, choose Personal Folder File (.pst) and click Next.

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6. Browse the personal folder we've created, click the file and continue by clicking Open.

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Tips: We can check the location of the personal folder by right-click Ms Exchange Inbox icon on the desktop (which is use to open email) and choose Properties. Choose Personal Folders and Click Properties.

7. Copy the location path.

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8. Tick on the Do not import duplicates option. Click Next when you're done.

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9. Tick on the Include subfolders option and choose Import items into the same folder in: . Click Finish when you're done.

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