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bring WAB to Outlook Web Access

I want to copy the address book from Outlook Express into OutlookWebAccess.
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Sorry, but there is no known way at this moment than to create it yourself manually.

However, what you may do to reduce some of your work is, add the contacts automatically rather than by typing/copy+pasting the deatils yourself. When a message is open, you can right-click the name of a sender/recipient in the TO, CC list and click 'Add to Contacts'.

That's all that is there at the moment.
If you can login to your Exchange account using the traditional methods (not OWA) usng Outlook, then you can import your OE addresses there and the next time you login to OWA, they will be there.

Will that work for you?

Also, you can export the addresses from OE to a txt file, then transfer the file to a PC where you can login to Exchange using Outlook and them import them from there.
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