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Outlook 2003 change default address list

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Outlook 2003 connected to Exchange server.  The Global Address book is the default when you click on the "To:" button in a new email and the Contacts is at the bottom of the address list.  I want the Contacts to be the default.

This was straightforward in 2000 and 2002, you just went to the properties of the exchange service and changed the order of the address book but I can find nothing similar in 2003
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Defaulting to contacts in Outlook 2003 is now done through the Address book.
Open Outlook, go to Tools/address book, then tools/options, and under "show this address list first" choose contacts.
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I knew it woul dbe obvious, same dialogue that used to be in the services section.  Thanks you
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