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Nirvana April 7th 06 11:27 AM

How to recover contacts after restoring Outlook
 
Hi All,
I have Outlook 2003 on Windows XP Pro.

Recently I restored outlook after crash. The problem was that whenever
I started outlook it used to install office program and then crashing
by throwing error "... SETUP.CHM not found"

I solved that problem by starting office setup and then cancelling it
as soon as it starts (as instructed in MS KB)

I have recovered my .pst byt not the Contacts (and also calender,
notes).

How can I recover them, are they stored somewhere by default, can I
import them from default location?

cheers
Nirvana


Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook] April 7th 06 11:46 AM

How to recover contacts after restoring Outlook
 
They should be in the PST file. Might you have more than one PST that needs
to be recovered?

"Nirvana" wrote in message
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Hi All,
I have Outlook 2003 on Windows XP Pro.

Recently I restored outlook after crash. The problem was that whenever
I started outlook it used to install office program and then crashing
by throwing error "... SETUP.CHM not found"

I solved that problem by starting office setup and then cancelling it
as soon as it starts (as instructed in MS KB)

I have recovered my .pst byt not the Contacts (and also calender,
notes).

How can I recover them, are they stored somewhere by default, can I
import them from default location?




Nirvana April 7th 06 12:41 PM

How to recover contacts after restoring Outlook
 
Thanx Vince,
Yes I do have many .pst files. And I assum that calendars etc. are in
the default Personal folder which is created by default.

I'll try to search for the .pst files and to recover them.

cheers
Nirvana



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