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    Where can I hire an Outlook programmer (98/2000)

    I need to find someone who can fix up a customised contact database in Outlook, one that would be used in Exchange 5.5, but where the .pst file could be farmed out to people using Outlook 97/98/2000 on standalone machines (for data entry). I'm in England, although I don't think knowledge of the English market is necessary (but payment would probably have to be in sterling or by credit card) . A little email support might be needed afterwards. As a small business cost would be an important factor, and a freelancer or moonlighter would probably come out cheaper, I guess. Where can I go to get a list of such programmers?
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    Re: Where can I hire an Outlook programmer (98/2000)

    Hi Andrew -

    What kind of customizations are you trying to do with Contacts? Transferring the PSTs is the easy part. Even without the benefit of a network/Exchange. If you are trying to merge Contacts from another type of database, it may take a little database knowledge as well as visual basic.

    If you don't want to post the details, you can send me an email, and I'll see if I can help you.

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    Re: Where can I hire an Outlook programmer (98/2000)

    I'm looking to input new contacts data, creating a new outlook contacts form to do this, rather than importing from an existing database. Everyone who'll need access already has Outlook 2000 on their machines and is familiar with it, and I'm wary of creating yet another program to install and support in our business. I've attached a txt file showing the fields probably needed. I suspect it'll be a simple one-day job to create the form. I certainly hope so!

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