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Import your .nk2 file into Outlook 2010

This Article describes how to move the names cache file from Outlook 200x to the new Outlook 2010

1. Copy the .nk2 file from the old PC

                      For XP hit start and run and type  

                                        %userprofile%application dataMicrosoftoutlook

                      For Vista or XP his start and run and type

                                       %userprofile%appdataroamingMicrosoftoutlook

2. Copy the .nk2 file into the new PCs location and ensure that it is called Outlook.nk2

                      For XP hit start and run and type  

                                    %userprofile%application dataMicrosoftoutlook

                      For Vista or Windows 7 or Windows 8  his start and run and type

                                     %userprofile%appdataroamingMicrosoftoutlook

3. Hit Start then Run and type outlook.exe /importnk2

4.You should now have your names cache on the new PC.

 

If you are moving outlook 2010 to a new PC then click on the following link for detailed instructions on how to move autocomplete cache.

https://angelcom.com/move-the-autocomplete-cache-for-outlook-2010-to-a-new-pc/

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