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Hi everyone, i successfully setup Microsoft 2011 on my mac and also imported my pst file w/o any problem.

after that i made my account on POP, my question is how to assign this account to read/write from the imported pst file.

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Outlook 2011 does not "read/write" from a PST file. You can import data from a PST (which you did) but Outlook will store mail and other information in your Office Identities folder.
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Thanks for your reply.

but, Actually can i overwrite the new PST file with my old PST file.

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Any Help !!!!

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Your question does not make any sense. (In fact, there's not even a question there.)

What are these "new" and "old" PST files you're talking about? Outlook 2011 does not use PST files itself. It will only import a PST file from Windows Outlook. Since you said you had already imported your Windows Outlook PST file, you should not have any PST files at all now.
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Thanks for your kind polite response.

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Gotta love forums to put up with kind post like that. Always makes me smile. Merry Christmas!
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Gotta love forums to put up with kind post like that. Always makes me smile. Merry Christmas!
The strange thing is, I have no idea if he's being sarcastic or just doesn't understand English that well. Or both. Either way, no skin off my nose.
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