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Microsoft Outlook Email DelayLink a Microsoft Access Database to Microsoft Outlook Data

Provided by: Dave Juth, Senior Systems Architect

Did you know you can link data from Microsoft Outlook into a Microsoft Access database? Get the list of contacts, calendar items, mail messages, notes, tasks, etc. To do this, follow these steps from your Microsoft Access database.

Step 1: Launch the Exchange/Outlook Import Wizard

From Microsoft Access 2013, 2010, or 2007

Choose External Data, More, Outlook Folder:

Microsoft Access Link to Outlook

From Access 2003 or earlier

Select from the menu: File, Get External Data, Link Tables. In the Files of Type dropdown, select Outlook.

Step 2: Choose Import or Link

On the next screen, choose the connection type. For our example, we'll choose "Link to the data source by creating a linked table" to always have the latest data:

Microsoft Access Link to Microsoft Outlook Data Wizard

Step 3: Choose the Source Data

The next dialog of the Wizard lets you expand the treeview of your Outlook folders:

Microsoft Outlook Folders to Link

Expand the Address Book, Mailbox, or Public Folders and select the data to link into Microsoft Access as a table. For example, to link Contacts data, expand your mailbox and select the Contacts node. Click Next.

Step 4: Specify the Linked Table Name

In the last form of the Wizard, specify your linked table name, press Finish:

Microsoft Access Link to Microsoft Outlook Contacts Table

When the Link/Exchange Wizard prompts you with the finished dialog, click the OK button and you will see the linked table in your database:

Microsoft Access Database Table Linked to Outlook Contacts List

You can now use and query your Microsoft Outlook data similar to other linked tables.


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