Import of calendar from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2007

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I have Outlook 2007 at home, but use Outlook 2003 at work. I export my
calendar items from Outlook 2003 to a pst file, but when I import them into
Outlook 2007 some items seem to be missing and some, which I have previously
deleted from both systems, keep reappearing - for example an annual MoT
reminder for a previous car. Any suggestions for improving the transfer?
 
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Create a new data file on the work PC, copy calender to this data file,
close the data file transfer this data file via a thumb drive, locate it in
Documents folder of the home PC, within Outlook open this pst, then copy
data to the default data file
"Robin Milford" <Robin Milford> wrote in message
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>I have Outlook 2007 at home, but use Outlook 2003 at work. I export my
> calendar items from Outlook 2003 to a pst file, but when I import them
> into
> Outlook 2007 some items seem to be missing and some, which I have
> previously
> deleted from both systems, keep reappearing - for example an annual MoT
> reminder for a previous car. Any suggestions for improving the transfer?


 
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"Robin Milford" <Robin Milford> wrote in message
news:80ABD5A3-3172-412E-93DD-12981E253B2D@microsoft.com...

>I have Outlook 2007 at home, but use Outlook 2003 at work. I export my
> calendar items from Outlook 2003 to a pst file, but when I import them into
> Outlook 2007 some items seem to be missing and some, which I have previously
> deleted from both systems, keep reappearing - for example an annual MoT
> reminder for a previous car. Any suggestions for improving the transfer?


Sure. Don't use export/import. That's never the correct way to transfer data
between two instances of Outlook. Outlook 2007 and 2003 both use the exact
same PST format, so just copy the PST from one PC the the other. If you
simply don't want to copy all of the non-calendar data (even though it would
be temporary), then DL has the answer.

 
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