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I want to move from outlook 2011 to outlook 2007 but can't create pst from my mac pc. What should I do now??

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As we all know its not possible to import olm files of outlook 2011 to outlook 2007 as outlook 2007 is not compatible with olm format but supports pst file formats easily. So you need to first get your files from olm format to pst file format & for that You can check for your solution to move from one platform to another platofrm : http://www.office.mvps.org/cross_platform/mac_win.html there are some solutions offered to users.

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i have shared some more knowledge about the same.. –  Danie Doxy Mar 30 '13 at 12:38
    
thanks Danie for your guidance to move mails from outlook 2011 to outlook 2007, visited your link & got solution from your link as Outlook mac exporter for converting olm to pst. Successfully converted files & now accessing it in Outlook 2007 after importing pst. –  Shekhar Mar 30 '13 at 20:42
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In your situation you should take a help of OLM to PST Converter tool,There are several tool available which can easily convert your Mac Outlook Mail into Windows Outlook Mail.I would like to suggest such a tool named as Kernel for OLM to PST Converter that easily convert OLM files into PST files. For more visit http://www.olmtopstconvert.net

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Query has been already resolved & doesn't required more suggestions. –  Shekhar Apr 4 '13 at 7:16
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