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Thursday, February 3, 2011


Samsung i5500 Corby Galaxy 5 Android Smartphone with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Touch Screen--International Version with No US Warranty (Black)

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Adding your Microsoft Outlook contacts to your Android phone is easy. To do this, launch the application on your PC, click File, and click Import & Export. In the Import & Export Wizard, select Export To File, click Next, select Comma Separated Values (Windows), click Next, select your Contacts folder, click Next, choose a location for the exported document, click OK, click Next, and then click Finish. Now, launch a Web browser and navigate to your Gmail account. Click Contacts (on the left side of your Gmail page), click Import (on the top-right corner of your Contacts page), and click Choose File. Navigate to the CSV file you just exported from Outlook and click Open. Choose whether or not to add the new contacts to a specific group using the checkbox, and then click Import. If you chose to add your new contacts to a new group, you’ll be prompted to name that group. Gmail will provide you with a report of how many contacts were added and how many of the new contacts were merged with existing contacts. Click OK to dismiss the report, click the Find Duplicates button, and then click OK to merge as many repeated contacts as possible. Now, syncing your Android-based phone with Gmail will bring your new contacts over.

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