Scan and Delete Duplicate Emails and Contacts in Microsoft Outlook

March 15, 2010 | Filed under Email, Microsoft Office, Software

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Outlook is a very powerful email client and if not properly used or configured, it can cause some problems such as having duplicated emails and contacts. This normally happens when a backup and restore or an import that is not done correctly. If you have a few hundreds or thousands of emails or contacts, removing the duplicated data is nearly impossible unless you are ready to spend hours to do it.

Thanks to Accurate Outlook Duplicate Remover which has recently became a freeware, we can easily scan and delete duplicate emails, contacts and even calendar, tasks and notes from your Microsoft Outlook 2010. This program is ridiculously easy to use and it works on Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010. You are able to choose any specific folder that you want the program to scan for duplicates and if you have multiple profiles, Accurate Outlook Duplicate Remover allows you to choose which account you want to process.

Delete Outlook Duplicate mails

Remember, the more emails you have, the more hard drive space it will take. Removing duplicate emails is one of a way to maintain your Outlook emails. This software is free and it requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher to run.

Download Accurate Outlook Duplicate Remover




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One Response to “Scan and Delete Duplicate Emails and Contacts in Microsoft Outlook”
  1. Chris Smith says:

    Thanks for taking the time to post this.I’m very glad to hear this from you. I have encountered this problem before. But I found a useful tool called Scrubly Duplicate Contacts Remover. The process is simple; it scans your Gmail contact folders and look for duplicate contacts. If Scrubly finds any exact or Compatible Contacts, it will remove or merge them automatically. They even have a back up so I can have the original copy just in case. You can also refer this for other issues. Hope this helps.Thanks =)

    Chris Smith

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