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Transfer of folders in Outlook

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Transfer of folders in Outlook
  

Hi, how can pass the information on the folders to another outlook that is in another hard drive, are usually *. dbx files but say they do not exist, and mattered and that's it, but did not find them. The system is W'2000 but the version of Outlook Express is the same, 6.0. And how can I add favorites Explorer 6.0.

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In win2000 and xp files. Dbx are in this folder:

C: \ \ Documents and Settings \ \ User \ \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ \ Identities \ \ {...} \ \ Microsoft \ Outlook Express

It is a hidden folder, look to see it in the folder options, view, and check the box to show all files.
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Not Tested But I Am Almost Sure For That.
Thanks For The Quick Response!!
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