Exporting from BCM contacts into "Contacts"


C

ChemMan

This is probably very simple but I can't figure it out. How do you get BCM
contacts into "Contacts" on Outlook 2007? My Blackberry will only sync with
contacts, not business contacts.

Thanks.
 
W

William Stacey [C# MVP]

select contacts, copy, paste into Contacts folder.
 
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D

DA

thank you for your response. I found this helpful. My problem is that I now
have duplicates in my Contacts folder. How can I resolve these duplicates?

Thank you,
David
 
L

Luther

thank you for your response.  I found this helpful.  My problem is that I now
have duplicates in my Contacts folder.  How can I resolve these duplicates?

Thank you,
David

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Use cut instead of copy.
 
W

William Stacey [C# MVP]

Only way I know is the old fashion way. select and delete.
 
B

Buck

If his problem is 'how do i get my Outlook contacts to match my BCM
contacts', "CUTTING" isn't a very good idea is it? Won't that REMOVE all of
his BCM contacts and put them into his Outlook contacts?

Am I alone in thinking that the fact that the Outlook contact database and
the BCM database are different and don't sync with each other? When I
installed BCM and saw the first instruction was something like 'copy your
outlook contact database into BCM' I about fell over.
 
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Lora Johnson Abun

I will like to invest into this issue. get back to me as to enable us discuss better.
Abun Lora
This is probably very simple but I cannot figure it out. How do you get BCM
contacts into "Contacts" on Outlook 2007? My Blackberry will only sync with
contacts, not business contacts.

Thanks.
On Wednesday, May 07, 2008 10:31 PM William Stacey [C# MVP] wrote:
select contacts, copy, paste into Contacts folder.
On Friday, May 09, 2008 11:08 AM D wrote:
thank you for your response. I found this helpful. My problem is that I now
have duplicates in my Contacts folder. How can I resolve these duplicates?

Thank you,
David

"William Stacey [C# MVP]" wrote:
On Sunday, May 11, 2008 8:12 PM William Stacey [C# MVP] wrote:
Only way I know is the old fashion way. select and delete.
 

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