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converting data from maximizer to outlook

Posted on 2004-08-13
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hi i have been using the maximizer software and now i want to transfer to outlook
(mean my calendar address book and etc. basically everything i can)

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can anybody tell me how to do it or are there tools out there to do it or maximizer can do it

please give me some tips

thank you


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Depending on the version, you should simply be able to Export from Maximizer to a well-known file type, then import into Outlook.

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Check this

http://www.maximizer.com.au/solutions/maximizer/outlook.html

You can export from maximizer into a CSV file (text file) and later import it into outlook

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well I don't think so as the maximizer ssaves it in a diffrent format ...... but try to export your files from maximizer to excell and from there import the excell to outlook .... if you cant export from maximizer then you are screwed ...... sorry ....
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what about the calendar files from maximizer

i know exporting conntacs and addresses and stuff but what about calendar setting and appointments

thanks
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You should be able to Export them too - when inside the Calendar export it to a common file format, then import to Outlook.

It may not be perfect, but most of the entries should survive.

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This would be an point splitter...... the top three awnsers were correct
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