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Twitter - Can you import an address book selectively?

Posted on 2014-09-30
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Can you selectively import an Outlook Address book into Twitter and if so how?
I have saved my address book in a CSV format but have been unable to find out what to do next.

Many thanks.
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This is usually synced with your Facebook or Google account. Have you checked there to see if the accounts are linked?
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No this is a corporate Exchange (running from  our own dedicated SBS 2011 server) so doesn't sync to any part of the Cloud per se.
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