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Posted on 2004-08-16
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Outlook 2003: i changed profile, after using same .pst for the new profile, contacts are there, but these don't appear in address book.

Any suggest?

Thanks in advance.


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Hi fmonroy,

Try this
Right-click on Contact in the left navigation pane and go to properties
go to outlook address book (TAB)
and check " Show this folder as an email address book"
press OK and check the contacts

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It works!!!

Thank you very much.
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great

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