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How to backup Outlook Calendar?
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Joanne Parker  Identity Verified
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Nov 30, 2003


I backup my .pst file with all my Outlook emails to a different PC on a regular basis. AFAIK, this doesn't copy the entries in Outlook Calendar. If it doesn't, can anyone tell me how I can back this up?



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Guy Bray  Identity Verified
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Import and Export Nov 30, 2003

Under the File menu you can select Import and Export, and save Calendar (and other Outlook files) in various forms. I save my Contacts list as an Excel file in this way. Outlook also has a help menu, and Microsoft has downloads including a tutorial with answers to these questions.

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Alexander Chisholm  Identity Verified
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Yes export/import.... Nov 30, 2003

is I think the easiest way to achieve this that comes to mind. If you are in Outlook and click on File-> import/export then a wizard screen opens up, choose export a file (only one export option), then as type of file select to export an outlook .pst file. save it where ever you want, and then re-import it later if you need it.

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