Feb 14, 2018
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Hello, excuse my english, it's not my first language.
So the problem is this:
I have an old computer (lets call him ONE) and a new laptop (lets call him TWO) - both are work related. So on ONE I had two accounts on Outlook 2010- the office and the personal (I think they are squirrelmail) .
Bought TWO, installed Outlook, tried to log in to my personal acc - it happened only after I logged out from ONE. So I opened archives .pst file on TWO - and it loads my emails only from september till now. Okay, then tried to log into ONE again so I can download the files again - and as I logged in there were no emails at all... it's all lost - but it cant be, right?!?! So the question is Can I find my data somehow??? Please help.. the emails are too important to lose... Thanks in advance :)
 

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What you can get and what happened to them depends on how you had the email accounts setup. What if you logon to the email provider web site and check your email there, is it there? If you had it set to download and delete from the server you may be out of luck unless you made a backup of your files at some point.
 
Are your emails still intact on ONE? If so - create another archive.pst (for each account), and import that into TWO.

My .PSTs started their life probably 15 years ago, never had troubles migrating Office versions and computers.
 
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