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Easy way to add an email address to the address book

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I am looking for an easy way to add someone to my address book when they send me an email. For example, Joe sends me an email and I want to add his email address to my address book. I would like to just be able to right click on his email and select "add to address book" but that option isn't available (MS Outlook 2002). Is there some easy way?
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open the email then right click the name and select "add to address book"
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