Adding senders email address to my address book

I have Outlook98 Corporate and Workbook version.

I want to have the ability of just clicking a button to add the senders email address to my address book, and to add all that the sender had in the "to" section (all the other email addresses that they sent the same email to) to my address book, but I can't find that feature.

Does my version of Outlook have it?
Morya1Asked:
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VinceACommented:
You can right click on a name in the email's header (once opened) and choose one of the Add to options. Alternately you can try using the CaBook custom Rules Wizard action from here:
http://www.ornic.com/actions/cabook.shtml
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Morya1Author Commented:
Sorry it took me so long to get back with you, but your suggestion works just fine.  I wish it had the option of inputing all addresses with one click as I have to go through one by one.  But that is okay.

Thank you, again.

Michael
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