Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files 4.13

Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files 4.13

Relief Software – Freeware – Windows
Free toool for importing Outlook contacts from NK2, DAT or XML autocomplete list cache files into the specified folder.
Sometimes, because of failed migrations or mistakes, important contacts in Outlook contacts folders may be lost. Although contacts are gone, some contacts can still be recovered from the Auto-Complete List cache files.
This free utility creates Outlook contacts from Auto-Complete Lists. If the folder with Auto-Complete files is not specified, the utility uses a default folder with Outlook data files for the current user. All contacts found in NK2, DAT, and XML Auto-Complete files will be imported into the specified contact folder. When importing, the utility checks contacts for duplicates; same addresses are ignored. If you have several Auto-Complete List files (for example, for different Outlook profiles or users), there is an option to create separate contact folders for each AutoComplete file. In this case, multiple subfolders will be created in the destination folder named after imported files. The utility imports each Auto-Complete List file into the appropriate folders. In this case, duplicate detection does not occur. Our blog provides more details and hints on using Outlook Auto-Complete Lists.

Overview

Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files is a Freeware software in the category Communications developed by Relief Software.

The latest version of Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files is 4.13, released on 05/17/2019. It was initially added to our database on 12/12/2016.

Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files runs on the following operating systems: Windows.

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