BTW, Derrick, I should also have mentioned that you could manually clone your
current OE Identity and transfer the whole thing yourself:
Tom Koch, MVP for IE/Outlook Express
Awareness is free.
> Great. Thank you very much for your help.
> > > I am getting ready to use the Win XP Files and Settings Transfer
> > > Wizard to move data from my old desktop PC to my new desktop PC
> > > via my router. But, my old PC has two sets of mailboxes (like
> > > Inbox.dbx): One set in folder Outlook Express
> > > One set in folder Outlook Expr
> > > The mailboxes in Outlook Express are dated 9/23/2002 and never
> > > change. The mailboxes in Outlook Expr have today's data and
> > > change as I read and delete my email.
> > > 1. How did I get these two separate folders?
> > The old folder probably belongs to OE5, possibly installed as an
> > upgrade to OE4. Or it might belong to an old OE Identity that is no
> > longer in use.
> > > 2. Will the Wizard know which folder to use to transfer my email?
> > It should do so automatically. The wizard recognizes the files and
> > settings that Windows recognizes at the time. If for some reason
> > the correct files are not transferred, you can copy them manually
> > and import them. http://www.insideoe.com/faqs/how.htm#importOE5
> > --
> > Tom Koch, MVP for IE/Outlook Express
> > http://www.insideoutlookexpress.com
> > or http://www.insideoe.com
> > Awareness is free.