You can link your Outlook Contacts list as a table into your Access database, but I think it might be read only, so that might not be of much use. I would try that first.
Failing that, you would need to write code using Outlook Automation to access the Contacts objects. Then read records from your table and do any necessary updating. You would need to search on the web for samples to work with Outlook Contacts from VBA.
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