Problems with ACT! v16 synchronization to Microsoft Outlook 2013

I have several problems.     I have two exchange accounts, two gmail and one pop account in my profile.     I don't want the synched contacts to go to exchange because that is the address book of a client.     I've changed the default profile to the address book of a pop3 account (att) and trying to get the ACT! contacts to populate that address book.     But I cant get it to work that way.       So I've made a copy of the exchange address book and put it under the pop3 address book, but still synchs to exchange.

Additionally, when I sync the contacts transfer but the emails in the ACT! database do not transfer to the Outlook address book.    I don't see a field mapping ability that help me get this done.

Very frustrating.

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wolflightAsked:
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Have you tried changing which account is the default?
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wolflightAuthor Commented:
yes multiple times
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
I tried to find an Outlook mail account manager, hoping there would be a utility which would let you control which account(s) were active; but, one doesn't seem to exist........
I think your only hope is to create two profiles using the Mail icon in the control panel.  Have one profile which only has the AT&T account and another that has all of them.  There will be an option for choosing which profile to use and you'd use the AT&T profile when you want to sync; the other when you don't.  You should use another data file for the syncing profile and remove sync from the all accounts profile.
Frankly, its a PITA; but, M$ hasn't given us any other choice.
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Mike LazarusAct! Evangelist - CRM ConsultantCommented:
You might not need to sync the contacts ... The Act! database is set as an address book in Outlook
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