Outlook 2007 account set up (exchange server)

I was wondering if there was a specific file that contains all the account settings for Outlook account that could be copied and then imported or installed onto another machine's outlook set up. I have tried to manually duplicate the settings, but for some reason its not working. So i just wondered if there there was a way I could copy settings to take to another machine.

My story: my work uses exchange server for our email, and this past weekend they migrated all of us from one domain onto another domain, (which has been a nightmare for our MIS dept, seriously) and our email accounts have all been changed. Before the move, I had configured both my personal computers to the exchange account and it was great. I tried to do it with the new account settings, and for some reason it won't take. I even tried doing it while connected into our VPN at work, and it still would not work. I checked and double checked that the settings all matched...but I am unable to get it.

Anyways, is there a file that contains account settings that can be copied?
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  1. Hi.

    Exist some files that are very important and have the contacts and appointments of the user.

    The mails that are in the inbox are saved in a file .ost this file is saved in a different location depending of the OS.

    For XP: C:\Documents and settings\%username%\ local configuration\program files\Microsoft\Outlook. All the files are important.
    For Vista and 7: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook. All the files are important.

    Now, the e-mail address of the user that he has send mails are saved in another file with .NK2 extension.

    For XP: C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\ program files\Microsoft\Outlook. Look for the file with .NK2 extension.
    For Vista and 7: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook. Look for the .NK2 extension file.
  2. Thank you for taking the time to reply. I will keep this info in mind, but luckily I was able to get the account settings to work by manually entering them in again. Thanks!
  3. Any time, that's why we are here.
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