I have two computers running on the same WiFi network. One is an old Desktop running Win XP and it has Outlook Express on it. This machine has been primarily used as an email receiver for years (as the email content is stored on the machine).
The second is a Samsung laptop running Win 7 and with Outlook on it. I have configured the laptop to receive my emails now - leaving me the option of dumping the old Desktop. However - two problems -
1. All of my Contacts are in Outlook Express. Is there a way I can import them into Outlook directly over the network, or do I have to export them as a file and load them separately? (Fileshare is all set up).
2. There are literally thousands of emails on the old machine - many relating to business stuff so I really should keep them. Is there any way that I can parcel them up so that they are movable and then accessible on another machine? (I would rather not load them into Outlook as there are so many it will probably make it sluggish).
Any help you can give?
Hi Chaps, I am still struggling with transferring my (hundreds of) Contacts from a computer running Outlook Express, to a new computer running Outlook. I looked at the options and one said "export contacts". This only gave one format (comma delieated file) and produced an Excell spreadsheet with all the Contacts listed. I imported this into Outlook and, although it appeared to work (no warnings etc), nothing was imported. Any ideas? I suppose the easiest way would be to change my current programme from Outlook to Outlook Express. Is this possible and where can I get it?