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Chapter 33. Administering Outlook > Importing and Exporting Outlook Information

Importing and Exporting Outlook Information

The first time you run Outlook 2000, it scans your system for compatible email client software. If it finds any version of Netscape Mail or Netscape Messenger, Eudora Pro or Light, Microsoft Internet Mail, Outlook Express, Exchange Inbox, Windows Messaging, or Outlook 97, it offers to import your account settings (server information, username, and so on) and any existing mail messages. If you accept this option, you're done—Outlook sets up mail accounts and copies all your messages to your Inbox.

If you choose not to perform this import the first time you run Outlook, you can use the Import and Export Wizard to copy your mail archives and account settings into Outlook at any time in the future. To launch the wizard, choose File, Import and Export. In the dialog box that appears, choose Import Internet Mail Account Settings or Import Internet Mail and Addresses, and then follow the wizard's prompts.


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