There are subtle differences in the pst file format that can affect utilities.
Plus Outlook 2013 moved the profile to the Outlook key, out of windows messaging subsystem - this affects some utilities. I assumed this was the problem with docmessageclass because I get the 'no default client' error message. Or it doesn't like 64bit Outlook. If you upgraded, the old profile is in the registry and it would see it.
This is to remove the forms with the goofy Phone fields? Did you try my fix of delete, undo? If so, did it 'stick' ? (Publish it using a higher version # and it should apply to all contacts using the form.)
Using the first macro on the page - this line uses the current folder:
Set CurFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder
so, you'll need to change just this line:
NewMC = "IPM.Contact.Test"
NewMC = "IPM.Contact"
and run it.
In File, Options, Trust Center, Macro security, set security to low.
Select the contact folder
Open the VB Editor using Alt+F11 and expand to show thisoutlooksession.
Paste the code in and change the form name.
How to use Outlook's VBA Editor - Slipstick Systems