Not to worry. We'll catch it in the Outlook dudgeons if (s)he reposts there.
It does seem a shame that the Outlook and Shell developers seem not to know
or converse with one another. I suspect that most users expect WET to work
for Outlook, and it should. Outlook is one unruly beast.
"Ronnie Vernon MVP" <rv@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Thanks for replying here. I hope I didn't run the OP off before he saw
> your message.
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]" <russval@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Never use WET for Outlook. It invariably corrupts the Outlook profile by
>> creating a ghost PST file. It also disables the address book service.
>> You must create a new Outlook profile from scratch and use a supported
>> method for data transfer. Take a look at these pages for info on Outlook
>> data backup or transfer:
>> Russ Valentine
>> "RJF" <rjf3123@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Tried using Easy Transfer to move my stuff from a laptop running XP Pro
>>> to a new Desktop running Vista Home Prem.
>>> After loading software and moving data to new system, when I start
>>> Outlook I see 2 Personal Folders - Both with the same sub folders and
>>> the same messages. As email comes in, I see the messages in both
>>> Personal Folders inbox.
>>> Outlook won't let me close either of the Personal Folders.
>>> Searched for *.pst files and found 1 Outlook.pst and 1 archive.pst file
>>> on the system.
>>> Any ideas where the 2nd personal folder is coming from (or more
>>> importantly how to remove it when Outlook starts)?
>>> Not sure if this is the right group - if not - some direction?
>>> TIA -