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When I drag and drop a contact from my personal contacts, it acts as a cut and paste.

When I drag and drop a contact from our public folders contacts, it acts as a copy and paste.

I would the drag and drop from the public folders contacts to act as a cut and paste.  How can I do this?

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Question by:mmacdougall
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If I understand your description, Outlook is behaving as expected.  If you right click the object and drag and drop, you will get the option to either move or copy.
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