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Import .csv Contacts into Exchange 2007

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I exported my mail-enabled conacts to a .csv but when I import them into my new forest, they don't show up in the Exchange "Mail Contact" area under Mailbox Configuration. I use CSVDE to export and import.

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by:Mechanic_Kharkov
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Sometimes csv is treated differently by different software. One of them use comma as delimiter, others use semicolon. Maybe problem will be solved if change these delimiters.

E.g. This problem always present if exchange contacts with csv between RitLabs !TheBat and MS Outlook Express.
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To clarify, they show up in AD but not in the Exchange "Mail Contact" area under Mailbox Configuration.
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consultkhan earned 1500 total points
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hi,
see if this article helps
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/327620
-consultkhan
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