http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/outlook/thread/15385bc8-110e-4cbf-897f-d53688bccf24, Teresa wrote: "Thank you for the information. I was able to reproduce this issue when exporting to Outlook 2010 if Outlook 2010 is 64 bit. This works fine
if Outlook 2010 is 32 bit. I have filed a bug to the Product Group and hopefully this will be considered in a future update. Unfortunately the only workaround that I am aware of at this time would be to uninstall Outlook 2010 64 bit and install
the 32 bit version."
Can we install the 32-bit version of Outlook 2010, follow the steps above to move Outlook Express 6 messages to Outlook 2010, uninstall 32-bit Outlook 2010, and then install 64-bit Outlook 2010 and still have the messages?
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We can follow the steps below:
First, we need to first install Windows Live on the Windows 7 computer to have Windows Mail installed on the computer. If you have not installed Windows Live Mail on Windows 7, please download Windows Live Essentials from the link below and install it first.
All you did was copy, word for word ---- and without giving credit to the original author --- everything "Sally Tang" wrote previously in the VERY THREAD that I referenced above. And, if we read that very thread, we see that Teresa Walker
CORRECTED the erroneous information that Sally provided (and that you're now uselessly parroting).
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