How to Merge Two Outlook Contacts Folders into One?


I have two contact folders in Outlook and I want to merge them into a single folder. I have thousands of contacts in each folder. Please tell me how I can merge two Outlook Contacts folders into one without losing my data.

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Windows Rebeca 4 weeks 4 Answers 35 views Bronze 0

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  1. If you want to merge two Outlook contacts folders into one, you can take the help of Merge PST File tool. It will help you to merge contacts folders in Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 and other versions. It also allows you to remove duplicate while merging two or multiple Outlook contacts folders.

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  2. PST files of MS Outlook contain all the data of the mailbox. These files are not bounded by limitations so, many users who created multiple PST files in the small sizes on the older MS Outlook versions are searching for a way to merge them into a large PST file to use as a single entity with newer MS Outlook versions. For further information go through

  3. Open Outlook application and click on the File tab
    Click Open & Export >> Import/Export
    Select Export to a file and click Next
    Choose Comma Separated Values and then click Next
    Select Contacts Folders to export from and hit the Next button
    Click Browse button and select name and location for the exported file and press Next
    Click the Finish button.

  4. Export Outlook Contacts to CSV File Format

    Open Outlook application and click on the File tab
    Click Open & Export >> Import/Export
    Select Export to a file and click Next
    Choose Comma Separated Values and then click Next
    Select Contacts Folders to export from and Hit the Next button
    Click Browse button and select name and location for the exported file and press Next
    Click the Finish button.

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