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HELP! Need to export Exchange 2003 GAL to CSV text file

By Why Me Worry? ·
I need to find a way to export the entire Global Address List to a comma delimited text file for import into a software product called "Ingressor" to fix user's Outlook cashe file...aka...NK2 files. Does anyone here know of a way to do this or knows of a utility for doing so? I have driven myself crazy with CSVDE an other methods, but nothing seems to work here. I'm sure this question is asked a lot and some of you seasons Exchange gurus may know of something out there to do this.


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Free utility to export nk2 files to csv

by DugaDugDug In reply to HELP! Need to export Exc ...

Take a look at the following:

Haven't tried it myself and it's not exactly what you requested, e.g. won't export the Exchange GAL, but it reportedly can fix Outlook autocompletion cache problems.

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Thanks...I already found a great tool...IMI Gal Exporter

by Why Me Worry? In reply to Couple of links

it's shareware and costs only $50

the trial version let's you export the first 50 entires from the GAL and included everything you can possibly imagine in terms of user attributes

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the best answer

by pirvan In reply to Thanks...I already found ...

Use ( ) to extract your e-mails from the Autocomplete. Then import them into Outlook contacts. Pretty easy.

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I came out with this turnaround... it may be helpful

by ignbell In reply to the best answer

I know that this is an old post but this might be helpful.

If you want to export your GAL from exchange 2003 contacts just do the following:

Using Outlook 2003 create a new .pst and create an empty contacts folder,
go to the Tools menu > Address List > and once you can see all the contacts that you want to export, mark them blue and click the right hand button to select an option called "Add to Contacts".
Then you can export your GAL by using the import/export option on the "Files Menu"

Good luck,

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