How do I change email address and save emails from old account?

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by MrTanner, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. MrTanner

    MrTanner

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    I am going to have to change my email address (e.g. Yahoo to Netzero). I

    don't want to lose the sent/receieved messages for the old account that I

    have in Outlook (I think it is 2003, but am not sure). Is there any way to

    do this?
     
  2. Vince Averello

    Vince Averello

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    If the email items are actually downloaded into Outlook's message store,

    probably your PST file, they won't go away when you change accounts. I moved

    between ISPs a few years ago and still have all the messages from the

    previous one.

    "MrTanner" <MrTanner@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:7083119E-CD10-4F15-9C9C-3A7E3C265E83@microsoft.com...
    > I am going to have to change my email address (e.g. Yahoo to Netzero). I
    > don't want to lose the sent/receieved messages for the old account that I
    > have in Outlook (I think it is 2003, but am not sure). Is there any way
    > to
    > do this?
     
  3. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    "MrTanner" <MrTanner@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:7083119E-CD10-4F15-9C9C-3A7E3C265E83@microsoft.com...


    > I am going to have to change my email address (e.g. Yahoo to Netzero). I
    > don't want to lose the sent/receieved messages for the old account that I
    > have in Outlook (I think it is 2003, but am not sure). Is there any way to
    > do this?


    Adding a new account to an Outlook mail profile will not remove anything you

    already have in your folders.

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