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chuoitaynguyen

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Hi all,
Please tell me the way how to export address to Exel or Word to import to outlook Express. Thanks
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If you currently have the address book in excel, make sure all the columns have sensible headings (name, email address etc). Save it as a .csv file.

In outlook express, file > import > other address book > csv file.

Browse to your file, it will prompt you to sort out the field mapping. That should be it.
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shaggie16

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I think I may have misunderstood your question. If you are asking how to export from Kerio to excel, then use outlook. Set the account up using KOC, then select the contacts folder, then file > import / export > export to a file > comma seperated values.

Once you have done that, you will be able to import into OE as described above
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chuoitaynguyen

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I mean that. i want to export to Exel file or CSV file to import it for all of users in my company. Please tell me the detail to do it. thanks again
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I mean that. i want to export to Exel file or CSV file to import it for all of users in my company. Please tell me the detail to do it. thanks again
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If you want the same address list for everyone in the company with Outlook Express, it might be easier to use the KMS LDAP server.

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BudDurland

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sedell wrote on Mon, 16 October 2006 08:14

If you want the same address list for everyone in the company with Outlook Express, it might be easier to use the KMS LDAP server.


I thought the KMS LDAP server is "closed"; only available to WebMail and KOC users?

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It's available. See http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch19s02.html. The example uses Outlook Express to walk you through configuring the connection.

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BudDurland

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Unfortunately, there's no apparent way to add the LDAP login credentials to Thunderbird. :(

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chuoitaynguyen

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BudDurland wrote on Mon, 16 October 2006 15:55

sedell wrote on Mon, 16 October 2006 08:14

If you want the same address list for everyone in the company with Outlook Express, it might be easier to use the KMS LDAP server.


I thought the KMS LDAP server is "closed"; only available to WebMail and KOC users?


Please tell me the way Webmail and KOC users as you said? I tried the way LDAP but didnot successfuly.

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