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I have to manage my boss' Outlook contacts, but I don't have an Outlook license (or rather, I don't really need it).

Now I wondered whether there is a good and fully functional tool which allows me to manage Outlook contacts the way (or better, simpler) than Outlook does it?

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You can try Free Contact Manager

Or see several tools here:

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These look good. However, they seem to all be Outlook add-ins or similar. And that's exactly the point. I don't want to use Outlook. – Franz Apr 19 '10 at 18:21

What about some kind of database tool? Can you access your boss' Outlook to export occasionally? This way you can manage without using Outlook directly.

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That might work. Do you have an example? And it should probably be enough to export once and then from time to time import from my machine to his Outlook. – Franz Apr 20 '10 at 12:53
I was thinking Access because it's in the suite and easy to use. You could use Excel, as well. But maybe you want to move in the direction of a CRM, like SugarCRM? What info do you have in each contact entry? – nicorellius Apr 20 '10 at 20:57
Mainly addresses, email and birthdays. Plus I have some email lists... – Franz Apr 21 '10 at 10:51

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