Microsoft Outlook Problem

Microsoft Outlook 2007
March 4, 2010 at 07:40:07
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate, 1GB
I had recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my laptop with no problems what so ever. The operating system is wonderful, and I am starting to like it much more than Windows XP and definitely 100 times better than Windows Vista. I use microsoft office professional and use outlook 2007 for my e-mail. My problem is when I used Vista, all my saved e-mails in my folders were all transferred over when I set up Outlook to work with my Windows Live/Hotmail account. Now that I have Outlook installed on Windows 7, my Inbox and Junk Mail folder get messages properly, but all of my saved messages in my folders do not appear. Outlook connects fine, and downloads all my inbox messages correctly. Would anyone have any idea on how to fix this issue, so that my saved e-mail in my folders would show up using Outlook, and by not having to use the internet browser to view them? Everything worked properly until I put Windows 7 on the computer. Other than that, I am having no other issues with the operating system, hardware, or software.

Thanks!


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March 4, 2010 at 14:32:08
is your old emails in a PST file? if so, just add the PST file to your OUTLOOK profile

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#2
March 6, 2010 at 09:23:41
What are your view settings configured to in Outlook?

LIR


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