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A folder will open. Before proceeding, you need to close <application>Outlook</application> - in the <guilabel>Outlook Data Files</guilabel> window, press <guibutton>Close</guibutton>, then in the <guilabel>Options</guilabel> window, press <guibutton>OK</guibutton> or <guibutton>Cancel</guibutton>. Now close <application>Outlook</application>.
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Located in windows/C/preparing.xml:307(para)
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In the folder that was opened, find the file you had selected in <application>Outlook</application>. If you have difficultly finding the file, it should be of type <emphasis>Office Data File</emphasis> or have the file extension <filename>.pst</filename>.
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Located in windows/C/preparing.xml:308(para)
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You do not need to export mail messages if you use IMAP for retrieving email from your mail server - the email is still stored on the server. You only need to export mail messages if you use POP3 to retrieve email from your mail server. This is because by default the email will not be persisted on the server after it has been downloaded to your computer when using POP3.
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Located in windows/C/preparing.xml:335(para)
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Removable storage devices such as external hard disks will have a certain type of <emphasis>file system</emphasis>. For use on removable devices, the best supported file system for Ubuntu is <emphasis>FAT</emphasis> (also called <emphasis>FAT32</emphasis> or <emphasis>vfat</emphasis>).
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Located in windows/C/preparing.xml:396(para)
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To access your Home folder, press <menuchoice><guimenu>Places</guimenu><guimenuitem>Home Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. You may find it useful to have separate folders for different types of files, and some folders may already exist by default such as <filename>Documents</filename>, <filename>Music</filename>, <filename>Pictures</filename>, and <filename>Videos</filename>. This will help to keep things organized and you will be able to find your files more quickly and easily if they are categorized in this manner. You can create new folders inside your Home folder by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:20(para)
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Open your Home folder, then open the <emphasis>Pictures</emphasis> folder. If it does not exist, you can create the folder first by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and typing <userinput>Pictures</userinput>.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:35(para)
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Open your Home folder, then open the <emphasis>Music</emphasis> folder. If it does not exist, you can create the folder first by pressing <menuchoice><guimenuitem>File</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Create Folder</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and typing <userinput>Music</userinput>.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:48(para)
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Press the box next to <guilabel>Filename:</guilabel> that says <guibutton>(None)</guibutton>, locate the folder which you saved your emails in and open it.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:65(para)
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Open the folder <filename>Local Folders</filename>, which is found inside the <filename>Mail</filename> folder, and look for files with names such as <filename>Inbox</filename>, <filename>Unsent Messages</filename>, and <filename>Sent</filename>. If you did not store your email in the <filename>Local Folders</filename> area, choose the appropriate folder in <filename>Mail</filename>. Select a file and press <guibutton>Open</guibutton>. If you have many email messages, you may have to wait a while for the file to be checked before you can continue.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:66(para)
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Select the location you would like to copy the saved emails into by pressing the button labeled <guilabel>Destination folder</guilabel>. By default this will be the <filename>Inbox</filename> folder, which is the recommended destination for your emails. Then, press <guibutton>Forward</guibutton>.
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Located in windows/C/migratingdata.xml:68(para)
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