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Export Outlook distribution list from PC to Mac

Posted on 2016-07-25
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My clients have asked whether i can export 30 or so distribution lists setup in Outlook 2010 to Outlook 2011 on the mac.
Importing the pst doesn't seem to show the lists  so is there a compatible bridge between the two? Even a 3rd party app would be acceptable if anyone has working knowledge of one that works.

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Ganga Sagar earned 500 total points
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You may export the DLs to PST and then import them in Outlook for Mac. They’ll appear in the “On My Computer”
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Hi Ganga - this simple method seemed to have the trick!

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