Contacts view by company name

Posted on 2005-04-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I'm sure there is a way to do this, but I cannot seem to find it.  Using Outlook 2003.  Create a new message and click on the To button and select names from your Contacts folder.  All the entries in the Contacts folder are listed by name.  Is there a way to list the entries by the company?  I cannot find a way to view this list of entries by the company name.

Question by:bendrinking
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    I am not sure of anyway to do that.. But I have always found to choose the contacts to send an email message by going here.
    Open Outlook
    Click on the icon that shows as "address book" on the toolbar.. It will open all the contacts that you have in your contacts folder ... It would be much easier to select the contacts than from "select name" window that comes when you click TO in a new message..

    Once the contact list is open , just click on the contacts to which you need to send an email and go to file --> new message..
    This should open a new compose message window.

    Hope this helps you.


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