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Reading AddressBook from OutlookExpress

 
Vishal Patel
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Hi !!!

I want access the address book from Outlook Express.
And also modify that.
How can i do this.
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Posted 5 messages, but no one notices it, I guess... The naming policy of the Ranch might prohibit the name you are currently using... :roll:
 
Jessica Sant
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"kkkkk lllll"-
As Ko Ko Naing said, We've got a naming policy here at the JavaRanch. We like to keep a professional lookin' image (despite the one eyed moose). So please adjust your display name to match the polciy. Basically it should be a realistice fist and last name. You can change it here.

Thanks!

[ EFH: Fixed typo. ]
[ July 29, 2004: Message edited by: Ernest Friedman-Hill ]
 
Alan Ford
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I liked this post.
However it is realted to Microsoft's product.
Would you ask them and tell us what they say. lol.
I have frend that did it with VBA if you need some direction.
 
Alan Ford
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I got solution

Here is how.

Go to Start -> Programs -> Outlook Express -> double click ->
enter pass if it asks and click on contact you would like to edit.

That is it.
 
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