[mso] How to remove duplicate contact/calendar entries in Outlook 2003

  • From: "Diane Rainaud" <drainaud@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 13:41:33 -0500

Hi all,
Perhaps it's just my bad luck or not doing everything properly and in the
right order, but I've had quite a mess trying to get this new daylight
savings time issue squared away between Outlook and my PDA (a Motorola Q).
The process of syncing my Q with the desktop ended up duplicating about half
of my contacts and calendar entries.  I'm being sent a new PDA as they
believe there's something wrong with it, but before I sync Outlook with the
new device I want to clean up the duplicates which are now on my desktop.
The tech support gal I worked with at Verizon told me there was an option in
Outlook to remove duplicates which would free me of the tedious task of
removing them manually.  Problem is I can't find the option and of course
can't reach the support person who told me about it.  I know there are some
add-ins or separate utility applications available, but does anyone know of
an option in Outlook that would accomplish this?  I'm using Outlook 2003.
Thanks for any help.

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