Transferring .pst and .oab files from old to new user profile

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budgetguy

OS: Windows Vista Home Premium x64. When I try to log on I get error msg

"User Profile service failed logon. User Profile cannot be loaded." In

addition, if I try to proceed and asked for a password I am advised that the

password failed. I tried a System Restore, but did not correct User Profile.

Finally, I used the procedures in the posted in the Vista Forum to create a

new User Profile and copy files (music, pictures, favorites, excel & word

docs, etc.) to the new User Profile. I successfully used the Outlook Wizard

to connect my e-mail address with my internet provider's mail server.

Questions:

1) How do I locate my Outlook 2007 e-mail folders and contact addresses

under my old User Profile?

2) How do I copy/import my Outlook 2007 e-mail folders and contact addresses

from my old User Profile to my new User Profile?

Thank you for the help.
 
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Kathleen Orland

This should teach you exactly what you need to know:

http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/backupandrestore.htm

"budgetguy" <budgetguy> wrote in message

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> OS: Windows Vista Home Premium x64. When I try to log on I get error msg
> "User Profile service failed logon. User Profile cannot be loaded." In
> addition, if I try to proceed and asked for a password I am advised that


the
> password failed. I tried a System Restore, but did not correct User


Profile.
> Finally, I used the procedures in the posted in the Vista Forum to create


a
> new User Profile and copy files (music, pictures, favorites, excel & word
> docs, etc.) to the new User Profile. I successfully used the Outlook


Wizard
> to connect my e-mail address with my internet provider's mail server.

> Questions:
> 1) How do I locate my Outlook 2007 e-mail folders and contact addresses
> under my old User Profile?
> 2) How do I copy/import my Outlook 2007 e-mail folders and contact


addresses
> from my old User Profile to my new User Profile?

> Thank you for the help.
>
 
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