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Displaying Act Contact Photos in Outlook 2007

Posted on 2009-04-10
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I use Act 2009 to manage my contacts, and place their photos there.  I have Outlooks configured to use the Act address book as the primary address book, but it doesn't retrieve the contact photo from Act like it does from Outlook's own contacts folder.  Is there any way to configure this to happen?
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Mike Lazarus earned 50 total points
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Not by default. Outlook is only reading enough data to use as the email address book.

I'm not even aware of any add-on that would enable this - ACT! can store much larger images and multiple images, so would need a lot of work to try and make it available to Outlook
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