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I have a database that contains a table which I which to import into Outlook 98, however every time I try I get told the files are not list, please select required fileds??????  I have no list avaliable to selct from, what must I do?  Is there an add-in for Outlook I need or Access?
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I'm not sure I understand your question correctly, but there is a field mapping download available for Outlook 98 at http://officeupdate.microsoft.com under Outlook->Downloads (search page for 'mapping').
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Can you provide more inforamtion. How do you performing the import? - step by step.
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by:rvdb1
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The easiest way to do this is to first export to an access database. Outlook will create a table in the access database with the exact corect format. Next step is to get your table into the just created table. Use a "add query". Now you are ready to import the data into outlook. Note that you cannot import data from access into custom outlook fields.
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This idea doesn't work traval has given the right answer.  Thanks anyway
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Thank you
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