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Cleansing Duplicate Names and Sending Multiple Mails

Hello Experts,

I have a client who has built up contacts in his MS Outlook as and when they came for over a decade now. The thing is, due to a lack of vigilance when saving those contacts, there have been very many duplicates each holding different information about the same client while others holding the same information.

My question is, is there any software or any method by which these contacts can be cleansed, in that, the duplicates holding different information can be integrated into one, while the other duplicates can be deleted?

Secondly, how can I send one email to multiple contacts in Outlook.

PS: the Outlook version is 2010.

Regards,

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Mudasir Noorani
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Hendrik WieseInformation Security ManagerCommented:
Hi,

Answer to question below:
1. You can go here to Resolve or Delete duplicate contacts
2. To send one email to multiple contacts you simply create a group in your contacts and add all desired users to the group.
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Mudasir NooraniSenior Analyst ProgrammerAuthor Commented:
Im sorry for the delay in response.

I read the article above thank you. Although the article is from Microsoft, it does not really tend to resolve the merging problem as such. However, I came across a tool know as scrubly (www.scrubly.com/).

Thanks for all the help though.

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Mudasir NooraniSenior Analyst ProgrammerAuthor Commented:
The answer does not provide a merging solution.
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