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Now that you've built up a long list of contacts in Microsoft Lync you've decided you want to export them so you can use them other places, send them to a coworker, or maybe just save them as a backup. This article shows you how to use the Lync 2010 SDK to retrieve contacts from a running instance of Microsoft Lync and export them to Microsoft Excel.
Read this haiku, then export your IM archive and read your IM archive. Then read another haiku.