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Where are my contacts???

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I have re installed Outlook 98.
Which file do I need to restore to get my contacts back. ie What file contains the contacts.

Hope the experts can help

marceau3
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Usually outlook.pst. Search for all *.pst files.

This file contains everything: messages, contacts, calendar, etc.
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Thanks Dreamboat
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Great!
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