How to automatically save email address by simply replying to a message

I want to save names and addresses in my contact list automatically by simply replying to a message. I am using Outlook 2002. I found some info on editing the VBAproject.otm file but it doesn't seem to work in 2002. This seems like such a simple request I can't beleive that it isn't an option in Outlook 2002. Or is it?

Thanks!
Ward
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sunray_2003Commented:
Hi camco,

You are right. that option not available in OL 2002.
you got to use the methods here

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

SR..
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camcoAuthor Commented:
I installed redemtion and copied the sample VBA but I still can't get it to work.
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sunray_2003Commented:
Personally , i have not used this.

If you can give more info on what you exactly did and what error you are getting , other experts might be able to help you
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meintsiCommented:
After opening the message, right-click on the name in the "From" line and select "Add to Outlook Contacts".
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stefriCommented:
You obviously set the Tools/Macro/Security warning to Medium? Otherwise, it is set to high which blocks all macros
Set to Medium, close OL then restart
Stefri
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camcoAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help. After doing this I asked myself why Microsoft removed this feature from OL 2002. I hope that I am not making a mistake
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