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Duplicate Killer for Microsoft Outlook 3.30 Publisher's description Powerful duplicate management software. Outlook duplicate remover add-in for Microsoft Outlook. Find and remove duplicate contacts, emails, calendar items (all day events, appointments, meetings), journal items, tasks and notes automatically. Remove Outlook duplicates. Compare, edit and merge selected Outlook contacts and other items manually without copy-paste. Remove duplicates in distribution and mailing lists. Compare, assign category, flag and move duplicates to selected folders. Manage duplicates in any Microsoft Outlook folder, including Microsoft Exchange and Public folders. Preview duplicate search results prior to processing. Search for Outlook duplicates between or across folders, as well as in any selected folder. Use one-click wizard to remove duplicates automatically. Advanced wizard options will allow you to select item properties to compare, differentiate duplicates from identical items, select properties to define original item, apply selected actions to the items modified within specified time range, merge duplicates automatically or manually, move duplicates into a folder containing original item, etc. You can save all advanced options as a profile which can be sent by email. Use predefined or customized profiles to remove, merge or manage outlook duplicates in just one click. Duplicate Killer is compatible with both old and latest versions of Windows and Microsoft Outlook. Duplicate Killer is a must-have solution for all sales and marketing professionals using Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis, as well as for anyone using Outlook import-export software, sharing and synchronization. Requirements: Microsoft Outlook version 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000. CPU - 500Mhz, RAM - 128 MB. What's new in this version: Now you can hide the items you don't want to appear in the duplicates report, if they are not considered as duplicates for some reason. Just select the ?Do not show as duplicate? option on the selected items context menu and the items will never appear in the report again.