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ms outlook 2007

We have upgraded a new machine to a user with 07 outlook, he has took his downloads for his folders and emails per the erver etc. What he says is missing is contacts within outlook. I have his old machine 2003 outlook so how do i export just his contacts to use in 2007?

Is it the same way as exporting an pst file?

Thank you.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
iamangel

U can make export to PST file from old system and import to 2007 outlook.
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sticks2u

Hi guys it seems the 2 answer approach you posted are different how to's, one is to a cvs excel sheet it appears and one is export to pst and its just the contact only.

am I correct? Which is better if so?

amajidkh

for importing n exporting pst, for using in a third party app csv. Preference really i would use pst.
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iamangel

I think both of them working.
war1

I prefer using CSV format.  It is a text format.
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sticks2u

LOL well between the both I cant go to wrong...thanks for the advice.
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