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Moving Outlook files Mac to Mac


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I'm trying to move my Outlook folders, files, drafts, etc from an older MacBook Pro to my new MacBook Pro, but I do NOT want to move the identity -- JUST my files (and I have a LOT of them!). Is there an easy way to do this. I can't believe there's nothing anywhere about this...
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Have you tried using the Migration Assistant? Read through the following Apple KB article: LINK
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The Migration Assistant moves the whole identity, which is NOT what I'm trying to do. I f you do that, you're running 2 separate copies of Office. I just want to be able to access my old Mac Outlook files from my new Mac. (They each have their own MS-Office license & distribution.)
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