Trying to find the signature file location, where the nk2 file is located, or other Outlook settings so you can take them with you over to your new Windows 7 PC? Check out Microsoft’s KB 287070 for great info on PST files, and the best part, where the nk2 and signature files are located. Copied that info below for you too.
If you have customized settings, such as toolbar settings and Favorites, that you want to replicate on another computer or restore to your computer, you might want to include the following files in your backup:
The location of the signature files depends on the version of Windows that you are running. Use this list to find the appropriate location:
Note If you use Microsoft Word as your e-mail editor, signatures are stored in the Normal.dot file as AutoText entries. You should back up this file also.
Looking for a quick tutorial on configuring Exmerge for your SBS 2003 / Exchange 2003 Server? Look no further.
Start with Microsoft KB 292509 for the official word.
Create a new Security Group. I personally use “Exmerge Security Group” so there is no mistaking what it is.
Leo Davidson is a testimony to there still being great people out there. Thanks for taking the time to write your Adobe Reader preview fix, and for offering it for free to the rest of us. For those who use it, please drop him a donation. He deserves it!
Thanks again Leo,