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foreach (System.Data.DataRow PacktDataRow in PacktDataTable.Rows)
                {
                  Outlook.ContactItem PacktExistingContact = (Outlook.ContactItem)oContactItems.Find("[Email1Address] ='" + PacktDataRow["Email"] + "'");
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}

Where oCoontactItems is,
   Outlook.Items oContactItems = oContactFolder.Items.Restrict("[MessageClass]='IPM.Contact'");
 PacktDataRow is a datarow
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it iterates through all email adress present on PacktDataTable Email field and looks if it is present on you Outlook contacts.
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Thanks junges,
what I want is exactly reverse.
I want to iterate through Oulook contacts and check whether that Email is present in Datatable.
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Thanks junges
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