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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Duplicating Contact Items

If you try to enter a contact with the same name as an existing contact, Outlook warns you that you're creating a duplicate contact record with the Duplicate Contact Detected dialog box shown in Figure 9.24.

Figure 9.24. Outlook warns you that you're trying to create a duplicate contact record.

You can choose one of two actions. Choose either Add This as a New Contact anyway (which adds the contact as its own contact record) or Update New Information from This Contact to the Existing One. If you aren't sure whether the existing contact contains the information you need, click the Open Existing Contact button to view the ...

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