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Making a Phone Contact into an Outlook Contact

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by Smokeyham, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. Smokeyham
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    On my Droid 2 Global I have some contacts which were imported from my old phone, and which are now listed as Phone Contacts. I also have Outlook contacts.

    Is there a simple way to have some of the phone contacts also become Outlook contacts?

    I know I could create a new contact in Outlook, and then join the two contacts, but I'm wondering if there is a simpler solution?

    Thanks....
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    I had similar problems before where I didn't know which place should be the centralized location. I never liked the full sync cause it was too many contacts at once syncing to the phone.

    Now I just make sure everything is latest and most up to date on outlook 2010. Then I use the "private" row in outlook to mark true or false. When I export to the CSV spreadsheet I filter out all the addresses that I want or don't want. A single filter can do this. Then a simple upload to google and I am all set.
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