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ccjwells

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I have a user that has finally given up on ACT! for managing his contacts. (He has an old version that will not install on Windows 7 and does not want to buy an upgrade). I have the task of importing all those contacts into his Outlook/KOFF account. Unfortunately, his record keeping has left a ton of duplicate entries with slightly different data. Are there any tools out there that work well with Outlook/KOFF that will merge/purge duplicate contacts out there? I found a couple after some googling, but I was hoping to find someone who has worked through this problem before and had some solid recommendations.
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Tech1UAE

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Seconded!

I am looking for a solution to delete multiple contacts from a users Contact folder.
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ccjwells

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I ended up purchasing a program called Duplicate Killer to clean out my user's contacts.
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conner

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What is it

[Updated on: Wed, 20 July 2011 06:45]

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robertsternrx

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If you are looking for a tool or application to remove duplicate contacts, try using Scrubly Duplicate contacts remover. The process is simple; it scans your Gmail contact folders and look for duplicate contacts. If Scrubly finds any exact or Compatible Contacts, it will remove or merge them automatically. They even have a back up so you can have the original copy just in case. hope it helps.
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