I put an SSD on my macbook pro 8,1 and migrated my old hard disk over there. Something happened with office 2011 so I reinstalled it. It was painstaking as I wasn't able to just put the disk in and re-install. I found some instructions for deleting the program and it's relevant files, and only then was I able to re-install the program. Fine, but the trouble is, my outlook data is gone. When I go to the old SATA drive, the data is still there in outlook. But when I export it, then import into the outlook on the SSD, it imports it as a new folder, and loses all the category data, and there are no emails. I tried just replacing the 'Microsoft User Files' folder, and it caused outlook to not be able to restart. So I went to the office database utility and rebuilt the database. Now I can use outlook, but no data. So the question: Is there a way to more directly 'replace' the outlook data from my old SATA drive version?