How to Import Contacts to Outlook?
At the top of your Outlook 2013 or 2016 ribbon, choose File.
Choose Open & Export > Import/Export. This starts the wizard!
Choose Import from another program or file, and then choose Next.
Choose Comma Separated Values, and then choose Next.
In the Import a File box, browse to your contacts file, and then double-click to select it.
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Choose one of the following to specify how you want Outlook to handle duplicate contacts:
Replace duplicates with items imported:
If a contact is now in Outlook and your contacts document, Outlook disposes of the information it has for that contact and uses the data from your contacts record. You ought to pick this alternative if the contact data in your contacts record is more total or more present than the contact information in Outlook.
Allow duplicates to be created:
If a contact is in Outlook and your contacts record, Outlook makes copy gets in touch with, one with the first Outlook information and one with the data imported from your contacts document. You can consolidate data for those individuals later to wipe out copy contacts. This is the default choice.
Do not import duplicate items:
If a contact is in Outlook and your contacts document, Outlook keeps the data it has for that contact and disposes of the information from your contacts record. You ought to pick this alternative if the contact data in Outlook is more entire or more present than the information in your contacts document.
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In the Select a destination folder box, scroll to the top if needed and select the Contacts folder > Next. If you have multiple email accounts, choose the Contacts folder that’s under the email account you want to be associated with the contacts.
To see your contacts, at the bottom of Outlook, choose the People icon.
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