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Import Contacts from Goldmine 4.0 into Outlook 2003

Posted on 2006-06-18
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Could someone suggest a way to import contacts (name, address, tel #, e-mail address) from Godlmine 4.0 to Outlook 2003.  Many thanks
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Greetings, gjcarter !

You can export the contacts from Goldmine as a DBF file, and import the DBase file into Outlook
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=197910

Although the article uses Outlook 2000, it will work for Outlook 2003.

Best wishes!
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I tried your solution but with Outlook 2003 there is no Import DBF file option. I did attempt using the Import From Another File and then selected the Act option as it appears to be related to DBF.

Unfortunately I then receive a message indicating that I need to ahve Act installed on my computer.

Is there an addition in Office 2003 to specifically import DBF files?  Any other thoguths.  thanks
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>> there is no Import DBF file option

There should be an import dBase file option, which is the same as DBF.
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