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Old   September 9, 2011, 09:20
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Hello!

As i am using two separate outlook profiles since long time, there is a huge confusion for me while accessing the pst files. The two different calendar folders from both the accounts carries some of my very important appointment details and schedule and i need to carry them both in my pen drive.

If somehow, i can merge Outlook calendars together without much difficulty and losing any information, then it will be easier for me to carry them over. Is it possible to merge outlook calendars with all details in one file?

Kindly suggest me some best ideas.

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Old   September 9, 2011, 11:35
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StarCD has a mergepst command. It merges pst files.
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Old   October 21, 2011, 22:38
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Hello!

As i am using two separate outlook profiles since long time, there is a huge confusion for me while accessing the pst files. The two different calendar folders from both the accounts carries some of my very important appointment details and schedule and i need to carry them both in my pen drive.

If somehow, i can merge Outlook calendars together without much difficulty and losing any information, then it will be easier for me to carry them over. Is it possible to merge outlook calendars with all details in one file?

Kindly suggest me some best ideas.

Regards

Andrew
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Old   October 22, 2011, 22:03
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Have I missed anything? What the f.... has Outlook to do with CFD?

It produces no colorful pictures, it doesn't take ages to do anything, it's happy with some GB of memory,it doesn't need a cluster, it can be used by a retard and the boss usually will belive the data provided by outlook. So outlook can't have anything to do with CFD!

Next question would be why we got the honor to answer (or not answer) this question instead of some housewife's in a cooking related forum...
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