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Today I tried this add-on in my Outlook 2007. Somehow it does not work. If I use it on an Exchange (2007) shared mailbox received messages (200+ messages), it finds just 10 addresses. It should be at least 100 unique addresses. I think it has something to do with that most emailaddresses are addresses hosted by the Exchange server. If I do an export to Excel they show up like: /O=XXX/OU=EXCHA­NGE ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP (FYDIxxxxxxxx)/­CN=RECIPIENTS/C­N=xxxxxxx. When I look in Outlook in the header it shows up like: "From: user <>".
Randy, please update OutlookFreeware Runtime and after that all utilities that you have installed, one by one, including Save Email Addresses.

Seems like you have an old version of our utilities.
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Randy, please update OutlookFreeware Runtime and after that all utilities that you have installed, one by one, including Save Email Addresses.

Seems like you have an old version of our utilities.


Already Done that

Runtime version: 2.2.1
Utility version: 2.2

Still the same result...
Randy, in order to get all these "/O=XXX/OU=EXCH­A­NGE ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP (FYDIxxxxxxxx)/­­CN=RECIPIENTS/­C­N=xxxxxxx" kind of addresses, how exactly did you export to Excel? By using Outlook or our tool?
When I use the export option from Outlook; export to file (excel). I don't know if this is the problem... I only suspect that.
Randy, we just found the cause of the issue. The updated version of the utility will be available this week.
This should be interesting - I will be a regular - 18 GB of PST files.

My first issue since Outlook imploded and I had to move my .pst files out is that the new .pst file does not contain by comprehensive address book. Where can I find the last address book/contact list from the prior install.

I saved the current Outlook file and can open it but do not know how to bring all those e-Mail addresses into my current .pst or exchange contact folder.

I am fairly computer literate but as anyone will tell you I know enough to be dangerous.

Will one of these utilities help me.

Fanks.

Rick.
Rick,

Contacts are stored in contacts folders in PST files. Be default, there is Contacts folder in the root folder. But you can add any contacts folders as Address book. To do this, you need to open a contact folder properties (via right mouse click), point to Outlook Address Book tab and select 'Show this folder as Outlook Address Book' option. You can copy your old contacts folder from old PST to a new one using Outlook copy folder option or using our utilities: Merge Folders or Merge Storages.

Or you can search old PST for contact and add them to a contacts folder in the new PST using our utilities: Save Addresses from Contacts to Contact Folder and Save Addresses from Messages to Contact Folder.

Exchange has its own Address book which is stored on the server. You can download it using Load Address Book option on the Send/Receive menu or tab. Exactly position of this option depends on Outlook version and you can find it on the Internet.

Please also note that Outlook have different view modes, such as Mail and Contacts. You can also select Show All folders option. This can help you to locate a correct contacts folder when browsing through the old PST file. Or you can use 'Save Addresses from Contacts to Contact Folder' utility and select the root folder oа the old PST file and the utility will find all contacts folder automatically.
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