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import from outlook to sidekick

import from outlook to sidekick

import from outlook to sidekick

Hi I want to import outlook 2000 sp-3 into sidekick99 any info on how to do please,

RE: import from outlook to sidekick

Dear Rugby2004,
Hallo again,
If you are only trying to get the addresses into Sidekick then you should be able to just save / Export them from Outlook in
Tab delimited *.txt form or
comma separated *.csv form
and then just open Sidekick and Import them.
If it is the calendar too that you wish to get into Sidekick then you will need to save it in an earlier version of Outlook.
See the following FAQ (click on the link):
and do it in reverse!
I would suggest that it might be a better idea to Use Sidekick98 rather than Sidekick99 if you read (click on the link):
you will see why.

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort and means that links are more likely to be current. Please 'Comment' on them if they are not!

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