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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Win32::OLE; my @PhoneProperties = ( "Business2TelephoneNumber", "BusinessFaxNumber", "BusinessTelephoneNumber", "CarTelephoneNumber", "Home2TelephoneNumber", "HomeTelephoneNumber", "ISDNNumber", "MobileTelephoneNumber", "OtherFaxNumber", "OtherTelephoneNumber", "PrimaryTelephoneNumber", ); my $outlook; $outlook = Win32::OLE->new('Outlook.Application'); my $activeexplorer; $activeexplorer = $outlook->ActiveExplorer; print $activeexplorer->Caption,"\n"; my $items = $activeexplorer->CurrentFolder->Items; print $items->Count,"\n"; my $linenumber = 1; print "NR;NAME;TELNUM\n"; my $Kontakt; my $PhoneProp; my $ItemIndex = 1; while ($ItemIndex <= $items->Count) { $Kontakt = $items->item($ItemIndex); foreach $PhoneProp (@PhoneProperties) { my $number = $Kontakt->{"$PhoneProp"}; if ($number) { # Prefix local area code unless an area code # is already given if ($number !~ /^0/) { $number = "069$number" }; $number =~ s/ +//g; $number =~ s/-+//g; print $linenumber++, ";", $Kontakt->FullName,";'$number\n"; #print "$number=", substr( $Kontakt->FullName, 1, 15 ),"\n"; }; }; $ItemIndex++; };

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