force existing contacts to use new form

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
i found this question: http:Q_10210361.html but the link doesnt work.  i also found some links to an office 2000 resource kit but cant find the changeforms.exe file.  from what i can find searching, this is the type of utility that i need.  

my problem is exactly the same as the question above.  i have a public folder and i have a new form that the existing contacts need to use.  i have changed the folder to use the new form when posting.  so any contacts i create now show with the new form.  i need all the existing ones to show with the new form as well.

im using outlook 2003 with exchange 2003.
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    that is actually one of the pages i was staring at.  i tried to follow the link to the downloads page, but the only office 2000 resource kit i can find on there doesnt mention anything about the programs listed on the link above.  besides that, its for office 2000 and im running 2003.  am i just missing it in the list there?
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    thanks, that worked perfectly.

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