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The string was not recognized as a valid datetime

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Re: The string was not recognized as a valid datetime

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Re: The string was not recognized as a valid datetime

Mike - thanks for this. Solved problem for my 3x installs of Act 2011 Pro. Cheers John

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Re: The string was not recognized as a valid datetime

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Act email files converted to Outlook

OK Mike. Lets see how good you are. Al my Act6 email histories have attached as ima files which open in Act Email. Is there anyway I can make ACT2011 open as Outlook files instead? Cheers J

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Re: Act email files converted to Outlook

Nope.... they wouldn't have the necessary details for Outlook.

But IMA files can be renamed as html and opened in any browser.

Good enough?
Copper Contributor
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Re: Act email files converted to Outlook

Maybe.. I have 1000's. Is there an automated way?

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Re: Act email files converted to Outlook

There are quite a few freeware utilities on the internet to do bulk renaming of extensions. I haven't personally used any in a while, so couldn't recommend a specific one.

Try renaming a few first to make sure my memory of the IMA files is right :-)
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Re: The string was not recognized as a valid datetime

Update to issue:

The 'String not recognized as a valid datetime' issue has been resolved with the ACT! 2011 Service Pack 1 update.  Information on the update can be found at: KB Article 27290

Greg Martin
Sage