Some Desperate effort to migrate Outlook 2010 to "2013 over 2007"

Hi everyone,

I got two hard disks HD1 and HD2

HD 1) Has Outlook 2013 over 2007 on Win7.64bit, a valid but older(2011) email account(Account1) (which is not in use, but is a valuable archive)

HD 2) Has Outlook 2010 on Win8.32bit , a more recent (2012) email account(Account2) (which is not in use, but is a valuable archive),
and has another(2013) email account(Account3) (which still in use)

What I'm trying to achieve is;

Accounts (1 + 2 + 3) on the same HD (which is HD1) and use Account3 actively whereas utilize other accounts as an archive.

1.) When installing Outlook 2013 on HD1, selected "preserve older version" option to protect the email account PST file (in any case)
2.) What I see after the install of 2013 is, Account1 still intact and ready for use.
3.) Created Account3 on HD1 and binded Accounts (1 + 2 + 3) PST files

So here is the situation;

I can see all 3 accounts' archieve, sent items and drafts as well, however

I can not see new incoming email. I can see PopUp an email has arrived. I Can open it from the PopUp by ckilcking direct on to it but once I close the newly coming email window I loose track of it. It does not appear any of accounts's Incoming Boxes nor any other plases. Actually it never arrives to any of the Incoming Boxes. I can send mail and it reaches the destination.

To sum up;

1.) Now I've only Account3 available in the Accounts Dialogue Box, but 3 PST files binded within it. I can send mail and it reaches the destination.
2.) I can not see newly coming email unless otherwise it pops-up, Actually it never drops one of my incoming boxes.

Any Suggestions?

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