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Outlook 2003 export contacts to outlook express

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HI, Im using in my computer:

WINDOWS XP PRO SP2 - MICROSOFT OUTLOOK EXPRESS SP2 - OUTLOOK EXPRESS 6.0 SP2 -

What I need to know is this:

I have in my computer MICROSOFT OUTLOOK EXPRESS SP2 with over 2.500 contacts
but I really need those contacts in OUTLOOK EXPRESS 6.0 SP2, too, I have seen some advices
and some answears on this website but none of them could help me to sync or simplly to put them there.

 
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Greetings, marcocaneira !

Export the emails in Outlook as CSV (comma, separated value) file. In Outlook Express, import the CSV file into the Address Book.

Best wishes!
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