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HELLO:

I have been senidng and receiving E mails for almost two weeks now, using Exchange server and Outlook.  Today I noticed my address book is empty.  Is there a file I can replace somewhere for the address book?

TIA,

Jess
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what do you mean your address book? You mean your contacts? Were there any in there to begin with?

the only way to get back what you deleted is by backup restore...or if your administrattor has set the retention to keep deleted items...

did you delete them?
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I meant my contacts.  I have back up tapes, but what is the name of the contacts file and where is it stored?
They were there in the beginning.
Jess
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I restored it--thanks pc
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welcome....how did you get them back? I assume you have backup for exchange or brick level?

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