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I cannot recieve my forwarded contacts

By Mark_Wigan ·
if i forward a (office 2003 Outlook) contact from one pc to my out of office pc, i cannot successfully get the information at the destination. if i wish to transfer contact info via email i have to basically copy and paste the contact info details into the email general text window and send it, then at the other end manually enter this info to a new contact i then must create. i hope to resolve this if you have any help i would appreciate it. i have been through all the options i can find without any success. thanks.

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Has anything fixed this?

Hope you are still listening for replies, I am running into the same issue. We have an Exchange 2003 server running and one of my end-users is having the same problem (both her and the recipient are using Office 2003). She can forward to everyone inside the network and they can view the contacts just fine but nobody with an external E-Mail address can view the contacts.

If you have come acrosss a solution, it would be greatly appreciated if you, or anyone else reading this, could hook it up ^^.


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Just a thought ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Has anything fixed this?

And it IS just a thought because I neither like nor use Office 2003.

Couldn't the Contacts be exported as a .CSV file, then emailed as an attachment, then imported at the recipient's end?

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by gtodd In reply to Just a thought ...

Did you try forward as vCard? Open the contact, from the Actions menu, select Forward as vCard.

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Forwarding contacts

by Nimmo In reply to I cannot recieve my forwa ...

Why not just export the contacts to a file, email, and then have the recipient import them into their Outlook.

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