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    Recently the logic board in a old iMac I was using for e-mails etc decided to die.

    I removed the hard drive from the iMac (OS 9.2.2) and placed it in a external box with a power supply.

    After a bit of structure repair it worked fine and I am using it as a external drive for my iBook G4. My problem is I can not find the e-mails and the address book that was stored using Outlook Express on that drive. Can anyone give me a direction to go looking to find the data so I can import it into OS X Mail.

    Thanks

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    So you were using Outlook ? Is the drive formatted NFTS ?

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    (it was in a mac...must be HFS+ then....)
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    By default your Outlook Express files are stored in the folder:

    Documents --> Microsoft User Data --> Indentities

    See this link for more information.

    JB

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