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import contacts

Postby RGlnZ2Vycw » Thu, 22 Feb 2007 02:43:22 GMT

Hello,

I have contacts in my personal folder, how can I import them into the 
business contacts manager section, I tried to drag and drop but I got a 
message saying this was not supported with these folders?

Thanks

Re: import contacts

Postby Mukesh Agarwal [MSFT] » Thu, 22 Feb 2007 03:54:32 GMT

Goto File->Import Export->Business Contact Manager. This wizard will let you 
import Outlook contacts into Business Contact Manager.

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