March 18, 2005
Dear CNET members,
Every week, I received a huge number of technical questions from you, and I thank you for all of them. While all of the submissions are wonderful, I encourage those of you who are participating in this newsletter to check out our Q&A guidelines before you send a question or an answer to me. This will not only help me tremendously in deciding which questions to present to you, but it will also help in making my final decisions on the answers each week. Just remember, the more details you can provide me, the better. Thank you! Now let's tackle Mary's question about exporting and importing those e-mails she has from work to home. Mary since we are unclear on the version of Microsoft Outlook you are using, this week's winning answer by Dana offers advice assuming that you are using the latest version of Microsoft Outlook and not Outlook Express. If the method provided doesn't work for you, I've also listed a bunch of honorable mentions and other suggestions from our members; you can check them out and implement the method that's best for you. If anyone out there has any other recommendations--whether it be a software utility or a method of importing or exporting e-mails in Outlook--please join us and share. We'd all appreciate this information!
Member Question of the WeekMy job uses Microsoft Outlook for e-mail. I also run Outlook on my home computer and work from home from time to time. How can I get my work e-mail, mail folders, and contacts moved over to my home computer?
Submitted by: Mary R.Mary: Simply moving or copying your current Outlook data from one computer to another is a fairly easy task, assuming you are using Outlook and not Outlook Express (often confused). I am also assuming that your office is not running any form of Exchange Server which would solve your whole problem. I will leave Outlook Express for someone else to answer, it can be done but is more difficult to find the location of your files and address books. Where the problem really starts is trying to read and write emails from both locations as well as making any changes to your calendar or address book. Once you have copied your Outlook data from your office computer to your home computer and we have changed a few settings you will be able to...
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