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    How to import Windows Mail address book to Outlook 2003 in Vista

    I have a Desktop running with Windows XP and Outlook 2003 , as well as a Vista laptop with Windows Mail. Am using Windows Mail since a year and have a lots of contacts saved. Due to some reason I need to copy Windows Mail contacts to Outlook 2003. Can anyone please tell me how can I do the same?

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    Re: How to import Windows Mail address book to Outlook 2003 in Vista

    The only way to import contacts from Windows mail to Outlook is by CSV file. Open Windows Mail, click File > Export > Windows contacts > CSV. Now copy this CSV file to windows XP desktop.

    Open Outlook and click File > Import and Export - Import from another program or file – Comma Separated Values (Windows). Browse to the location where CSV file is saved and double click it to import in Outlook. That’s it.

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    Re: How to import Windows Mail address book to Outlook 2003 in Vista

    From within Windows Mail: Contacts, Export, CSV. Open Outlook contacts, then import that CSV file.

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