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Old 06-24-2007   #1
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I just got a new PC... ( was the time for it ). I need to move all my Outlook Express mail from the old pc to this new one.. Anyone can help? ( I know how to move folders, but I don't know how to copy signatures, rules, settings, and contacts )


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Rinjasoft makes an inexpensive little utility that fits the bill. Its EZ Backup Outlook and Outlook Express programs provide a one-click way to back up all of your Outlook e-mail and settings. The program can save the data to a compressed, executable file. When or if you need to restore the data, all you have to do is double-click the executable file and follow the instructions. The original backup application itself does not even need to be installed.

Rinjasoft has equivalent backup programs for other popular e-mail programs, including Outlook Express, Eudora,
IncrediMail, and Windows Mail. The Basic versions of these applications - all you need for standard backup and restore--cost under 10 dollars.

AJ Systems offers similar functionality in its OutBack Plus and Express Assist applications. These applications go beyond just e-mail backup and restore to include browser favourites and other system settings that most folks want to take with them along with e-mail.
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Thank you for your suggestions. I also found Outlook Express Backup Genie Outlook Express Backup Genie which does the job right and fast. I will try them out more and then buy one!



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