Can Outlook 2003 Be Used without a Microsoft Office License?

Answer Technically, yes, Outlook 2003 can be used without a Microsoft Office license. When you install Outlook, it will prompt you for a product key (i.e. a license number). However, according to Microsof... Read More »

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How do I add Comcast email to Microsoft Office Outlook 2003?

Launch Outlook and click on the Tools menu at the top of the screen. Choose the "Email Accounts" option from Tools. An Email Accounts wizard opens to guide you through the process.Select "Add new ... Read More »

Where does Microsoft Office 2003 Outlook store all its files?

Files from Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 are stored in a personal storage folder, with the file extension .pst. Some files may be stored in a mailbox on the server if you use your Microsoft Outlook... Read More »

How Can I Still Use Outlook PST From Office 2003 on Office Outlook 2007?

The Outlook PST file is a type a data file called the Office Outlook Personal Folders File. Outlook uses the file format to store all your personal data, including contacts, calendars, tasks and em... Read More »

Microsoft Outlook 2007& Outlook 2003 compatible?

Yes. Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2003 are both compatible. When using 2007, compatibility mode kicks in automatically when a file is opened that was originally saved in an old format. Also if you at... Read More »