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Export / import Profile settings
Hello developers

Don't you plan to make a utility for exporting Outlook's profiles with all settings to a file (best in xml format) ? It would by very helpful in situations like reinstalation of OS, moving outlook to a new computer and so. Even in case this utility wasn't able to decrypt paswords, it would save a lot of work anyway. I searched for such a utility some time ago and found only big demand for it in forums, but not a working tool, nor a procedure.
vhe vhe, we'll definitely implement this kind of tool in the future.
Hello Developers...

any news about a tool to export / import account's settings?

Thanks in advance.

Andrea, unfortunately, we have no exact time when this utility will be available.
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