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You should be able to do this by syncing both computers with gmail contacts. Not an ideal or elegant solution, but it should work. You can also probably do it through itunes on both machines.


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I have successfully used the following AppleScript: tell application "Address Book" repeat with thisPerson in every person try repeat with thisPhone in every phone of thisPerson if label of thisPhone = "other" then set label of thisPhone to "mobile" end if end repeat ...


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Utilities not really necessary, it is simply a single file See this explanation for details You only need to know the user name and the name of the associated pst file.


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(You're probably not going to like my answer) If you truly need to manipulate this on mac and windows, you're probably better off using a net-based service (e.g. Constant Contact, MailChimp, others). Microsoft markets Entourage as its Outlook for Mac, but it's not. It's considerably weaker than Outlook. Don't expect any add-on available for Outlook to be ...


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An alternate way of importing your Google contacts is using pull_contacts.py. This script will: perform a GData query to retrieve all the contacts; and print them in alpine's addressbook format. So, to add all of your Google contacts to the addressbook, simply: python pull_contacts.py aphacker@gmail.com >> .addressbook The main advantage of ...


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Gmail has an automatic duplicates detector. You could: Set up a new account Import both sets of contacts Use the Gmail duplicates finder to delete and merge them Export into a master contact list. Your user would also get a bonus Gmail account out of it...


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If both machines are on a LAN you could set up an LDAP server on one of them and make both system's email clients use it. Wikipedia has a List of LDAP software for various platforms.


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If you used the Mozilla Thunderbird email client on both systems, there are extensions to sync them via the Internet. Here's some additional information about sharing address books using Thunderbird.


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There is one other method that avoids the conversation-tree problem but has its own defect: Copy recipients from email source The source is accessible via Ctrl+u (or View > Message Source). You can copy several email addresses and paste them in the e.g. To-field of a new email. On pressing enter the string is split automatically and spread out in one field ...


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I'm not sure if this covers BCCed recipients, but this should do the trick for you: In Mail, from the Window menu, choose Previous Recipients. Notice that entries already in your Address Book are marked with an icon at the left. Click any item in the list, then type ⌘-A to Select All. Click the Add to Address Book button in the lower-right of the Previous ...


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Unfortunately there is no way to automatically sync them, or keep them in sync. The only way to do it is by using Microsoft Outlook as an intermediary step. Export Contacts from your Windows Live/Hotmail account as CSV file (http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/import-contacts-from-windows-live-hotmail-to-outlook-HA010224411.aspx) Import your ...


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You should be able to get the Exchange address book added to your list of address books in outlook from your "Account Settings" window, selecting Add Address Book and choosing LDAP. GAL integration works in Outlook for OSX through LDAP. More compatibility information here: http://blog.aaronmarks.com/?p=42 Good luck!


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Since Vista contacts are built-in, if you have MS Office you might also want to consider MS Outlook. Another alternative is Free Address Book. Free Address Book is an address book wherewith you can note the addresses, phone numbers, mobile, fax, company name, country, city, website address and email addresses of your contacts and partners. You can ...


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Thunderbird already looks at your local address book first. You can perhaps have it add the e-mail addresses found in the directory to the local address book so they would be found first (and faster)? Tools -> Options -> Composition -> Addressing -> (Check) Local Address Books + (Check) Directory Server + (Check) Automatically add outgoing ...


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If you are doing a search using Active Directory tools, then the * character is the one you would use for a wildcard, not %. This comes from the LDAP directory search syntax. But it looks to me like the search box available from dsquery.dll only works correctly with a wildcard placed at the end of the string. So if you wanted to find groups with names ...


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The Email Address Crawler Plugin might work. Note that the earlier version is no longer maintained. To use the updated version: Follow the direct download link. (Attention this is not approved by Mozila jet, see comment below) Start Thunderbird (v31.0 or greater). Open the triple-bar menu (≡). Click Add-ons. Click the icon beside the search text box to ...


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What you are looking for is contacts. The utility contacts gives you access to view and search all your records in the AddressBook database. … Without further ado, here are a few examples: $ contacts -h usage: contacts [-hHsmnlS] [-f format] [search] -h displays help (this) -H suppress header -s sort list -m show me ...


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This works in Outlook 2010; don't see why it wouldn't in Outlook 2013 as well: Right click on a recipient in the message header in the Reading Pane From the context menu that pops-up, choose Select All, then press Ctrl+C to copy them or right click on the selected addresses and choose Copy Open your Contact Group or create a new one via New Items / More ...


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Xobni Plus for Outlook (not the free edition) has an autosuggest feature, which indexes the global address book as well as everybody you have ever emailed or received as email from.


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I understand that you don't want to have to pay but the only other option I can think of is MobileMe which costs $99/year.


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You'd do a mail merge into MS Word from Outlook. Full instructions can be found here Outlook presents a number of printing problems that users can find difficult to resolve. For example, printouts of custom forms don't look anything like what you see on the screen: Fields appear in a predetermined order that you can't change, and any custom fields are ...


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Try Posterous, which looks like a very simple interface for creating a website, has Facebook integration, and can double as email lists now: http://blog.posterous.com/posterous-group-blogs-are-now-email-lists-too


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It does appear to pick up any number that you enter into the telephone numbers section even if some are missing the international dialing code. You can set the default dialing code in preferences. Check that all the numbers that are missing are correctly entered into the telephone numbers section in the address book. My wife for example had entered some ...


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You cannot get away from iTunes, you have an iPhone, it is an Apple Product, and they chain you to iTunes. With that said, here is a simple guide you get by searching "importing iphone contacts to windows 7" It is also for gmail syncing if you need that: Once you find all the contacts in Windows Contact format inside the [Username]/Contacts folder, hit ...


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In Outlook 2003 click File then Import Export the Export to a file. I use PST as file type. Click Next and then select Contacts. Click Next and Pick a destination. Also click include subfolders if your address book has any. Once exported, go to Outlook 2010 and click File Import Export and then Import from another program then pick Personal Folder ...


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In Windows Registy navigate to the following location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RealVNC\VNC Address Book Find the key named geometry and clear its value. Start VNC address book and the window should appear.


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Google Sync (which is built into SL's address book only syncs the following: -People's names and job titles -Company names -Email and postal addresses -Phone numbers -IM names, including the type of service -Notes -Photos (on Mac OS X 10.6 only) (ref) I'm seeing the same behavior in my google contacts too, it syncs everything but group membership.


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As per @Gnoupi's comment, I've uploaded my own home-grown version to github. Currently there is no exe (you have to download and build it yourself). I'll probably fix that soon. ContactManager on github ContactManager was born out of a frustration with Outlook and Gmail contact management, which don't include the notion of 'household' - this ...


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I don't think you can just 'reach out' and use them on the fly, but you can append them to your existing ~/.addressbook in GMail, choose 'Contacts', then 'Export' in the upper right corner choose 'Outlook CSV' & save open it in a spreadsheet delete first line, insert a column before the others Save As -> Text export (configurable) in the upcoming ...


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As the previous poster says, use vCard. If you convert your Outlook Contacts to vCards, you can import them anywhere. Do it like this: Go to your Outlook contacts, and select them all (select one, press Ctrl-A). -Click Actions -> Forward as vCard. Depending on how many contacts you have, Outlook might be busy for a while. Eventually, you'll end up with a ...



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