- Right-click the Inbox, and then click Properties. Note the folder in which the Inbox.dbx file is stored.
- Quit Outlook Express.
- Use Microsoft Windows Explorer to copy the .dbx file that you want to import to the folder that you noted in step 1. Make sure that you give the file a unique name that does not conflict with any other .dbx file in that folder.
NOTE: This name becomes the name of the folder in Outlook Express.
- In the folder that you noted in step 1, rename the Folders.dbx file to Folders.old.
- Start Outlook Express.
For more information about using Windows Explorer, click Start, click Help, click the Search tab, type using windows explorer, and then double-click the topic in the list.
For more information about renaming files or folders, click Start, click Help, click the Search tab, and then type change the name of a file or folderand then double-click the topic in the list.
Article ID: 262118 - Last Review: Jan 27, 2007 - Revision: 1