P Paladin New member Joined Mar 18, 2013 Posts 1 Jul 20, 2013 #1 This E-Mail I once sent tells quite well what my question is: My aunt wants to open her former E-Mails that she has exported from Windows Outlook. The form of the E-Mail is .pst. She has now Windows 7, and her only E-Mail program is Windows Live Mail. I tried to Import the above E-Mails using the command Import messages. The Windows Live Mail program then gives me a choice of formats. It says: choose a format from which the E-Mail messages are imported from. The title of the dialog box is "choose a program". I choose Microsoft Outlook Express 6. I press Next. The dialog says: The place of your E-Mail messages could not be identified. Choose the location of E-Mail messages to import. I choose the Desktop. The .pst file is there. Then I get an error message that reads as follows: There are no messages in this folder, or the needed files are open in another application. Choose another folder, or close the applications where the files maybe. I cannot get any further. What can I do? Click to expand... I got this answer: You have to export them from Outlook or a third-party utility that can read the PST file. You can’t import directly. Click to expand... Unfortunately, this does not help me. I don't know what utilities exist that can read pst files. I don't know from which web site I can download one, install one, or use one. Website means specifically a direct link to downloading one. Also for exporting from Outlook... she does not have Outlook at her home computer. I think them must mean the E-Mails... specifically in the .pst file. So, the question is: how can I import .pst files into Windows Live Mail? If the solution is really that I need to use a third-party utility that can read the pst file, from which web site can I download one? It would be great if I would also be told how to install and how to use the utility.