Outlook PST mapped to where???

Microsoft Outlook 2007
January 13, 2010 at 15:38:14
Specs: Windows XP
My hard drive crashed (I can view data but OS is bad). I bought a new PC and am moving all of my files over to that new pc. I have connected the old hard drive as a 2nd hard drive on the new pc to easily move files to it Now I had a ton of .pst files on my old system. Is there a way to go into my OLD hard drive and access outlook (or a file in outlook) to see which pst file it was mapped to for email? I have tried to import several of the pst files i have randomly found and still missing a lot of email. Please any help would be appreciated. I can not open outlook in my old harddrive - (Bad OS XP) and the new system is windows 7. Thanks!

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January 14, 2010 at 05:05:23
The Mail Delivery file information is contained within your profile and the Registry. There's no way to find that information if you can't "login" with that Outlook profile.

Just copy all the pst files to a folder on your new machine and add them each to the Data Files list in Outlook. Then you can see all the data at once.


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