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Offic
e Outlook 2010 Import And Export

By
Nakodari

on Sep 09 2009
67 Comments


Recently I have been playing around Microsoft Outlook 2010 for quite some time, a few days back I
wrote a way to make a
backup of Outlook 2010
. This post will focus on two parts:

Importing Outlook Data File(.PST) from Outlook 2003/2007 and Outlook 2010 itself

Exporting Complete Outlook 2010 Items

The first part will come handy fo
r users who want to migrate all their data(emails, contacts, calendars,
etc) from Outlook 2007 to Outlook 2010. While the second part will come handy if you want to make a
complete backup of Outlook 2010 without using any 3rd party tool. The procedure for
both importing
and exporting are similar to Outlook 2007, instead there is now a new Office button in Outlook 2010.

Note: I would also recommend that you install the
Outlook Data Export Add
-
in

for Outlook 2010, it can
make exporting both quick and easy.

To launch the Export/Import wizard, first hit the Office button go to File menu, navigate to Open, and
click Import(as shown in the scre
enshot below). Before the beta version, there was Saving option but it
has been removed.


Note: Before you can import the complete Outlook 2007 items, make sure you have exported it in
Outlook Data File(.PST). It is recommended file type for exporting dat
a, this is because it allows users to
make complete backup.

Importing

In the Import And Export wizard, select Import from another program or file option and hit Next.


Under File Type, select Outlook Data File(.pst) and hit Next.


Now choose the file to
import, select the options, and hit Next.


It will then ask you to enter the password for backup file twice.


Once done, finally select the folder to import from(if you want to import complete data don’t change
any settings) and make sure Include subfold
ers is checked. You can either import the file to the current
folder or choose the folder.


Exporting

In the Import And Export Wizard, select Export to a file option and hit Next.


Under File Type, select Outlook Data File(.pst) and hit Next.


Now make sure Include subfolder is checked, this makes sure that all data including, Emails, Calendar,
Contacts, Drafts, etc are exported. To export only a single folder, choose that folder and hit Next.


Now give the backup file a name and choose the des
tination where you want it to be saved and hit
Finish.


Lastly, enter the Password to secure the backup file.


Once done, it will again ask you to enter the password. Enter the same password again and it will begin
exporting your data.


During this proc
ess your Outlook might become unresponsive for a few seconds. When it becomes
responsive again it means that the export is complete. You can then verify the export file by visiting the
destination where you saved it. For more, also check out our guides on:

Search Outlook 2010 Items And Files With Xobni

Set Up Single Inbox Folder For All Accounts In Outlook 2010

A User Guide On Outlook 2010 Address Book Contacts

Recover Outlook Passwords With OutlookPasswordDecrypter

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56 Comments

outlookhelp

Posted November 24, 2009 at 7:41 pm |
Permalink

I have the latest

Beta (14.0.4536.1000 (32
-
bit)) but don't have the saving option. any ideas?

Reply

outlookhelp

Posted November 24, 2009 at 7:41 p
m |
Permalink

I have the latest Beta (14.0.4536.1000 (32
-
bit)) but don't have the saving option. any ideas?

Reply

Sandra B

Posted November 25, 2009 at 8:08 am |
Permalink

I just copy the .pst file from its folder and after reïnstallation of the os/office suite i put the
pst back into
the outlook folder and i'm done. Is this not a good alternative or am I overlooking something?

Reply

Sammy K

Posted

April 22, 2010 at 3:08 pm |
Permalink

can you help me with the path to pst file. i want to copy from the dir
ectory.

Reply

Nakodari

Posted April 22, 2010 at 3:42 pm |
Permalink

The path to Outlook PST file is C:
\
Users
\
\
AppData
\
Local
\
Microsoft
\
Outlook

and the Outlook Archive file that contains each &

every mail, calendar items, contacts, etc, is located at:
C:
\
Users
\
\
Documents
\
Outlook Files
\
archive.pst

I hope this helps!

Reply

mdempers

Posted November 29, 2009 at 8:13 am |
Permalink

I have the same problem, the “Saving” option is not

there. I also have the latest beta.

Reply

Chan

Posted January 6, 2011 at 9:04 am |
Permalink

Try to uninstall the beta and use the trial copy of office 2010

Reply

Nakodari

Posted November 29, 2009 at 8:32 am |
Permalink

The post has been updated. It is now located inside Open.

Reply

mdempers

Posted November 29, 2009 at 8:40 am |
Permalink

Nakodari, thanks for that. Not the most obvious place of them to put it, then again it is a wizard so I
suppose you a
re opening the wizard
. Thanks again.

Reply

Swi

Posted December 3, 2009 at 8:15 am |
Permalink

Anyway export the email account settings as well? Exporting inbox to a pst

only save the emails


not
the settings eg. Configured email accounts, signatures etc…..

Windows Easy Transfer used to take care of all that but it doesnt seem to support 2010 yet.

Reply

Nakodari

Posted December 3, 2009 at 8:56 am |
Permalin
k

Simply Upgrade from Office 2007 to Office 2010 and your settings will remain intact. The latest version
of Office 2010 installer has an option to Upgrade from Office 2007.

Reply

Swi

Posted December 3, 2009 at 8:26 pm |
Permalink

I kno
w, but Im formatting tonight and going into install fresh office 2010 64bit. I found a workaround


save the registry settings


I wonder if this also saves which emails have been downloaded. I use Gmail
with the “recent” feature and it is annoying to alwa
ys download the last 30 days of emails.

Reply

johnhale

Posted December 4, 2009 at 10:54 am |
Permalink

There needs to be a way to import the email account settings to avoid the tedium of recreating them on
each system. Upgrade installs are

not always possible. Surely someone has some experience in this
annoyance?

Reply

xaneth

Posted December 18, 2009 at 5:07 pm |
Permalink

Oh, yeah, that was obvious, export is under import! Yay! Now THAT'S idiot proof! I can just see
suppor
ting this… OK, to export, click on import…

Reply

xaneth

Posted December 18, 2009 at 10:07 pm |
Permalink

Oh, yeah, that was obvious, export is under import! Yay! Now THAT'S idiot proof! I can just see
supporting this… OK, to export, click

on import…

Reply

xaneth

Posted December 19, 2009 at 3:07 am |
Permalink

Oh, yeah, that was obvious, export is under import! Yay! Now THAT'S idiot proof! I can just see
supporting this… OK, to export, click on import…

Reply

shah1111

Posted December 31, 2009 at 2:31 am |
Permalink

Thanks so much !!

Reply

Chris

Posted January 21, 2010 at 6:39 pm |
Permalink

Thank you so much

Reply

Lelet

Posted February 12, 2010 at 4:40 pm |
Permalink

maybe stupid question:

can I import my office 2007 data from another computer to new one with 2010 beta?

Reply

ugradingsucks

Posted February 21, 2010 at 11:43 pm |
Permalink

I have a carbonite back up of my 2003 outlook pst files. i tried to import them using the EXACT directions
posted. However, when i go to the folder of my pst 2003 file, the import wizard says its NOT a pst file
when it cle
arly is. I cannot import all my files from years past. any suggestions? there is also a file that
says outlook .nk2 file . anyone know what that is? thanks.

Reply

upgradingsucks

Posted February 21, 2010 at 11:47 pm |
Permalink

MY BAD! I
was not in LOCAL. Worked great. so far. GREAT find here my friends.

Reply

upgradehater

Posted February 21, 2010 at 11:56 pm |
Permalink

you sure can. I just did. if they are networked, just follow the posts here. if not, put them on a us
b stick
and point the directions here to the usb stick.

Reply

Silver

Posted February 26, 2010 at 6:46 pm |
Permalink

Thanks, never thought to look under 'open'

Reply

Frank

Posted February 28, 2010 at 4:22 am |
Permalink

Thanks for having this up…saved me a ton of time…

Reply

David

Posted February 28, 2010 at 12:42 pm |
Permalink

I tried importing .psf file from outlook 2003 using usb stick into2010 beta.

Noe every time i start

outlook popup box states path e: is not valid.

How do i stop outlook 2010 from looking fot this file.

Thanks

david

Reply

Troy

P
osted March 6, 2010 at 9:01 am |
Permalink

When I set up my email account in Outlook 2010 under it, it create
d an inbox, sent items, trash, etc and
other folders like you would expect. There was already a .pst set of folders, i.e. inbox, sent, trash, etc. So
now there are two. You can't merge them and you can't delete them.

So now I have two sets of folders. New
emails get sent to the inbox that is under my email. They do not
get sent to the other set of folders that were already set up with Outlook 2010.

Next, when I import my .pst file that I saved from Outlook 2007, it doesn't let you merge them with
those ema
il folders from folders that get generated when you set up your email account. You can only
merge your 2007 Outlook .pst folders and emails with the second set of .pst folders (that is, not the ones
associated with your email set up in Outlook 2010).

It ge
ts worse. When I copy specific folders so I can have all my folders and emails in one place in my set
of folders under my email, a new problem arises. First, whenever I send and receive emails each time it
takes 5 to 10 minutes to “syncronize subscribed fo
lders for <my email>”. Only if I don't move these
folders and emails to where my email is, can I avoid this long syncronizing problem. There is no solution
to this problem that I am aware except to have two saved .pst folders. My old Outlook 2007 .pst fold
ers
and new folders created with my email from this point forward using Outlook 2010.

Also when I take an email I received under my email folders and move it over into my folders from the
.pst I imported, it produces an error which reads: “Cannot move the
items. The server responded:
'Missing required argument to UID EXPUNGE'.” Whatever that means. Then it transfers the file anyway. I
also believe this will increase the time it takes to syncronize.

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reply

Jeff

Posted November 14, 2010 at 2:44 am |
Permalink

I have the same problem; did you resolve this and if so, how?

Reply

Pelly

Poste
d March 7, 2011 at 4:36 am |
Permalink

Did you get your problem solved? We had the same thing happen recently
. Did most of the clean up by
hand deleting multiple copies of emails took hours. Still have an issue with 2 Calendars and can’t seem
to get them to merge.

Reply

ProlificSystems

Posted March 19, 2010 at 10:44 pm |
Permalink

Thankyou for
this information.

You have really helped people like me who aren't so tech savvy.

I now have another dilemma.

I am trying to import all my signatures, and email accounts as well as auto complete email address
entries for when i send my emails.

Can you advise me a walkthrough as to how I can import this data into outlook 2010 from outlook 2007

My email is
eugene@000emergency.com.au

Reply

Nakodari

Posted March 30, 2010 at 6:33 pm |
Permalink

Please post this question in the forum and we will try to solve your problem:
http://www.addictivetips.com/forum/

Reply

Takis Zaras

Posted March 30, 2010 at 6:04 pm |
Permalink

Hello to all of you. 2 months ago I had office 2007 and then i installed office 2010 beta. I chose to keep
both of them but it forces you to use outlook 2010. Now 2 months la
ter, i uninstalled office 2010 and
reinstalled 2007 but in outlook 2007 i can't see any of my emails that were send or received while i was
using outlook 2010. Where can i find these emails? Please help me cause these emails are related to my
work…..

Reply

Beatrice

Posted April 25, 2010 at 9:46 am |
Permalink

Hello, could you please let teach me how to change my default folder to store the mails and calenders? I
can not find the right place to change it. Awaiting for your reply and thank
you!

Reply

john

Posted May 11, 2010 at 4:07 am |
Permalink

Very helpful, thanks….

Reply

Terri

Posted September 28, 2010 at 9:49 am |
Permalink

I definitely have a problem. I recent
ly upgraded from Office 2007 to Office 2010. When using Outlook
2010, I have determined that I do not have all of the folders and email that I created and saved in the
“Inbox” folder in 2007. I did not export anything from 2007 to an Outlook Data

File befo
re the upgrade. Is there any way to recover all these folders and email now?

Reply

Bryn

Posted October 2, 2010 at 3:07 pm |
Permalink

Troy, Terri, I have exactly the same issues. Help!

Reply

Hootan

Posted October 13, 2010 at 11:52 am |
Permalink

Thank you very much. I is working very good in my system.

Reply

MIchael

Posted October 20, 2010 at 1:13 am |
Permalink

I have outlook 2003 on my old computer. I intend to buy outlook 2010 for my newone. (Payday) Can I
import my calendar from 2003 into 2010 so I don’t h
ave to retype all that data?

Reply

Dan

Posted October 27, 2010 at 2:47 am |
Permalink

Imported a backup.pst file from Outlook 2000. Contacts and certain subfolders don’t show. Exported
from 2000 and checked include subfolders. some show, not all.

Reply

Sahil Khiwani

Posted November 16, 2010 at 10:35 pm |
Permalink

Hey Guys,

I’m facing problem with my Outlook 2010. I have accidently deleted .pst file.

I re installed the

office but now I m not able to open outlook even..its saying no .pst file is found to run
this program.

Please help me what should I do.

Regards

Sahil Khiwani

s.khiwani84@gmail.com

Reply

Gordon

Posted November 19, 2010 at 2:29 pm |
Permalink

NEVER, EVER, use import/export to transfer data from one Outlook to another. IT CAUSES LOTS AND
LOTS OF PROBLEMS including very probably a corrupted Mail profile.

There is absolutely NO NEED TO DO SO.

All
you need to do is to COPY the pst file with Outlook closed, paste it to where you have full read/write
access and then in the new instance of Outlook OPEN it.

Reply

Manon

Posted December 8, 2010 at 3:11 am |
Permalink

Hi Gordon,

would yo
u mind explaining to me what you mean by ‘paste it to where you have full read/write access
and then in the new instance of Outlook, OPEN it’? I don’t understand what you mean! I don’t know
what I am supposed to do concretely!

Thank you so very much!!

Reply

johnl

Posted November 21, 2010 at 6:00 am |
Permalink

I can successfully import my pst file from 2007 to 2010 which copies over all the contacts, emails
and
folders but none of the email accounts or settings. If I import the very same pst file into another install
of 2007 then everything gets copied including the email accounts and settings. How do I do this in 2010
?

Reply

Norm

Posted January 6, 2011 at 4:37 am |
Permalink

I am currently using Outlook 2003. I am getting a new computer with Outlook 2010. Should I install
Outlook 2010 on my old computer and “upgrade” my files there and then move to my new computer,
OR should I just copy my

2003 .pst files and paste them into my new computer running Outlook 2010?

Reply

Aerrow

Posted January 7, 2011 at 11:01 am |
Permalink

I don’t think you can upgrade your outlook 2003 to 2010 directly….as Outlook 2007 is in between them.
but you can just make a export of your .pst file from outlook 2003 and get it import on computer
running outlook 2010.

Thank you.

Re
ply

Aerrow

Posted January 7, 2011 at 10:46 am |
Permalink

Can i get this type of recovery form MAC outloo
k 2010 to PC outlook 2010…..need help ASAP…..

Reply

anant

Posted January 7, 2011 at 12:15 pm |
Permalink

thank you.

Reply

JohnS1950

Posted January 20, 2011 at 2:15 am |
Permalink

What is the correct way to export conta
ct list from a CD and into MS Outlook Contacts for 2007 and for
2010

thanks.

JohnS1950

Reply

Tunde Adedeji

Posted February 4, 20
11 at 12:28 am |
Permalink

pls i did not password my outlook what password will i enter

Reply

Alan M

Posted February 28, 2011 at 1:00 pm |
Permalink

Many thanks for an informative and workable article on moving my Outlook Contacts from Office 2007
to Office 2010. It worked first time but the bonus was that all my contacts from my mobile phone and
family tree amme progrwere also moved into one consolidated file. Great.

Reply

UKtech

Posted March 3, 2011 at 12:37 pm |
Permalink

Unfor
tunately this is not what everyone (should) want: this process will not backup Outlook’s
configuration and settings. NASA can put a man on the moon, but Microsoft can’t even provide a simple
way of exporting and importing configuration data. When you have
a lot of ‘rules’ and colour coded
settings


having to set them all up manually is a very time consuming and frustrating task!

Reply

Jason

Posted March 16, 2011 at 8:47 pm |
Permalink

open regedit.

goto

HKEY_CURRENT_USER
\
Software
\
Microsoft
\
Windows NT
\
CurrentVersion
\
Windows Messaging
Subsystem
\
Profiles

copy the 9375CFF0413111d3B88A00104B2A6676 subkey and export to a .reg file.

On your other computer open regedit, check the HKEY_CURRENT_USER
\
Software
\
Micros
oft
\
Windows
NT
\
CurrentVersion
\
Windows Messaging Subsystem
\
Profiles

I’ve had an Outlook directory inside this registry entry. There was a key present with the same ID but no
accounts inside (which is normal as Outlook import export doesn’t make accounts). D
elete the key,
double
-
click the .reg file you saved and open outlook; Worked like a charm.

Reply

Gregg

Posted April 2, 2011 at 7
:27 am |
Permalink

Why in the HELL does Microsoft make this wretched process so difficult? Just figuring out
contacts and
address book in general is bad enough, and now this. I’m just going to rebuild my contacts from scratch.

Reply

Dieg
o

Posted April 15, 2011 at 7:06 pm |
Permalink

ty +10

Reply

Freddy

Posted April 17, 2011 at 3:01 am |
Permalink

Hey everyone,

this looks like a lot of clicking
-
work. Since I’m not that fast at my PC although I need to save my Outlook
-
Data. In this case I use a program by a company. It’s sold and not free, but it knows it’s duty and works
reli
able!

The program is called Lookeen Backup Manager


http://www.lookeen
-
backup.com

Try it and get satisified

Greets

Freddy

Reply

John

Posted April 27, 2011 at 11:02 pm |
Permalink

Can i do
this to import files from 2010 to outlook 2003?

Reply

coobs

Posted April 29, 2011 at 7:44 pm |
Permalink

Very helpful. Many thanks! I just moved 9000 emails from Outlook 2007 to Outlook 2010 by exporting
the .pst files to my USB flash drive and then putting on my new computer. Excellent advice. Thanks
matey!

Reply

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