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Old April 6th, 2010, 05:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
cliffordpg
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Not very experienced with this, but is there way to get logs for
importing/exporting contacts for outlook 2007?
For example, showing how many contacts were actually imported,
duplicates detected, how many failed and details (name/email address)
of the contacts that failed to be imported




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Old April 6th, 2010, 11:15 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
Russ Valentine
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Default Import/Export Logs

Since importing and exporting is not a recommended way to transfer Outlook
Contact data in most scenarios, one must wonder why you are using it and why
you think you want to track it. Your post is very deficient in details.
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"cliffordpg" wrote in message
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Not very experienced with this, but is there way to get logs for
importing/exporting contacts for outlook 2007?
For example, showing how many contacts were actually imported,
duplicates detected, how many failed and details (name/email address)
of the contacts that failed to be imported




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cliffordpg


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Old April 7th, 2010, 10:15 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
cliffordpg[_2_]
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Default Import/Export Logs


Well we have a lot of legacy data in excel format from about 7years ago
and since they are not all of the same format, I developed a header and
create these contacts in CSV for import into Outlook. We use Outlook
2007 with Exchange 2003.


Russ Valentine;346079 Wrote:
Since importing and exporting is not a recommended way to transfer
Outlook
Contact data in most scenarios, one must wonder why you are using it
and why
you think you want to track it. Your post is very deficient in
details.
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Old April 7th, 2010, 11:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
Russ Valentine
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Default Import/Export Logs

Unfortunately, I am aware of no log that Outlook maintains. Did you actually
import into an Outlook installation or into Exchange?
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Russ Valentine
"cliffordpg" wrote in message
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Well we have a lot of legacy data in excel format from about 7years ago
and since they are not all of the same format, I developed a header and
create these contacts in CSV for import into Outlook. We use Outlook
2007 with Exchange 2003.


Russ Valentine;346079 Wrote:
Since importing and exporting is not a recommended way to transfer
Outlook
Contact data in most scenarios, one must wonder why you are using it
and why
you think you want to track it. Your post is very deficient in
details.
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cliffordpg





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Old April 7th, 2010, 04:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
cliffordpg[_3_]
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Default Import/Export Logs


The outlook installation is on a standalone pc while our email server
has exchange 2k3. Its too bad that logs cannot or some form of tracing
cannot be set for a particular outlook operation.

Russ Valentine;346110 Wrote:
Unfortunately, I am aware of no log that Outlook maintains. Did you
actually
import into an Outlook installation or into Exchange?





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