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#11578 31-Jan-2007 13:07
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I need to forward all of my emails from the last two to three weeks.

Is there an easy way to do this? short of clicking on every email clicking forward... you get the idea

The emails are in different folders, within the inbox, and some are in the deleted items folder.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! As there are approx 100 to forward!

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  #59376 31-Jan-2007 14:09
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Use Find and in the results, select all and forward.

Not too sure whether you can do forward as attachment (which will be huge size) or forward individually.

Alternatively, export them out as .msg and import them into wherever you want them to be.

There maybe a 3rd party software which you can export them out to .mbx (standard mailbox format), for easy email migration.




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  #59379 31-Jan-2007 14:30
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if i export them, the original will stay in outlook? and does the export include any attachments?

So if i export them all i can then put them onto another pc with outlook and import them from whatever directory i put them in?

I just dont want to try it and loose them as it is a work pc, and the reason im doing it is someone elses pc has died and i dnt want to loose our only copies of emails.

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  #59380 31-Jan-2007 14:36
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If you are exporting to another Outlook, then use the File > Import and Export > Export to a file > Personal Folder File (.pst) > Select the folder you want to export from (suggest the top/parent folder and include subfolders), create filter if you need to.

Then copy this .pst file to another computer and open it up as Outlook Data file.




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