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How to change default folder in address book?

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In Outlook 2003, how do I change the default folder that appears when I click the address book icon in the standard toolbar (Ctrl + Shift + B) or click To, CC, or BCC to address the email? When I click any of these, the default folder that appears is not only one that I don't want to appear, it's one that doesn't even exist, i.e., one that I deleted. Very confusing. Help would be appreciated.
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Try here
Make a backup of all your contacts

open outlook
go to tools --> email accounts ----> view or change existing directories or address book
remove the ones that you are not aware of or have not created.
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