Quick Outlook 2007/Exchange Question

M

Matthew

I had a POP3 account in Outlook and then we upgraded it to an Exchange
account with our host. They had me create a new profile for the Exchange
account in Outlook but I can't seem to figure out how to transfer my old
subfolder stored emails from the old POP3 to the Exchange server. When I
pull up the Exchange account in Outlook it doesn't show my POP3 stored
emails and vice versa... Is there an easy way to bring these folders over?
Or have I just configured something wrong?

 
D

DL

Within Outlook, open the old data file

"Matthew" <billgates@microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I had a POP3 account in Outlook and then we upgraded it to an Exchange
> account with our host. They had me create a new profile for the Exchange
> account in Outlook but I can't seem to figure out how to transfer my old
> subfolder stored emails from the old POP3 to the Exchange server. When I
> pull up the Exchange account in Outlook it doesn't show my POP3 stored
> emails and vice versa... Is there an easy way to bring these folders over?
> Or have I just configured something wrong?
>

 
D

dlw

right click on the folder(s), properties, advanced, will show the file name
and where they are stored. In the exchange account profile, do a
File/Open/Outlook data file, and open them.

"Matthew" wrote:

> I had a POP3 account in Outlook and then we upgraded it to an Exchange
> account with our host. They had me create a new profile for the Exchange
> account in Outlook but I can't seem to figure out how to transfer my old
> subfolder stored emails from the old POP3 to the Exchange server. When I
> pull up the Exchange account in Outlook it doesn't show my POP3 stored
> emails and vice versa... Is there an easy way to bring these folders over?
> Or have I just configured something wrong?
>
>
> .
>

 
M

Matthew


"dlw" <dlw> wrote in message
news:A38A04F6-DC84-4AE8-BBB3-C29D177E69FE@microsoft.com...
> right click on the folder(s), properties, advanced, will show the file
> name
> and where they are stored. In the exchange account profile, do a
> File/Open/Outlook data file, and open them.
>
>

thanks to both of you!

 

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