Windows 10: How to export Calendar records from Windows Mail to Excel

  1.    25 Sep 2017 #1

    How to export Calendar records from Windows Mail to Excel


    When Using Calendar Win 10 as part of the Windows mail collective - is there any way to export the Calendar as text or CSV or XL* file . If not where is data held and can I get to repository directly and interrogate it ? Thanks Peter.
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  2.    25 Sep 2017 #2

    I believe the data for that and emails are stored as .dat files in %localappdata%\Comms\Unistore\data\ inside a set of folders. If you copy one of the .dat files to e.g. your desktop, change the filetype to .html then you can open the file but you may find this isn't particularly useful.

    I've just experimented to check that adding a calendar entry does update one of these files.
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