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Automatic addition of received email in to contacts in Outlook 2003.

Posted on 2004-03-23
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Basically when an email arrives I want to automatically add its details to my contact list.

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Hi TIm, only can do if you are installed IMO (internet mail only) It's in the tools Options
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I take it's not possible to add the contact when using an Exchange Server?
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Karen Falandays earned 50 total points
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By design.It's not automatic, as it would be adding all the people from your GAL as well! IN IMO, it only adds people you reply to. You could probably do it with code, if necessary
Karen
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