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Outlook 2000 adding contacts from an email

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I found the answer to my above question as posted by starl. They said just right click on the open message and choose to add the address of the sender to my address book. When I did that there is no such choice on my right click window.

Any further thoughts on how to add the address of someone who sends me an email in Outlook 2000 would be appreciated.

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Are you trying to right-click the FROM field from the email you have got..
Try opening the email (by double clicking ) so that it opens in a new window of its own and right-click the FROM field and see what happens.

http://www.slipstick.com/contacts/addauto.htm#imo

OL2000: How to Automatically Add Senders' Addresses to an Address Book in Outlook 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=295713
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