Can I use the same "Contacts" for three different Outlook profiles?

Scenario:
I have three seperate Profiles to be used in Outlook.  All POP3 accounts.  Running Outlook 2003 on XP Professional.  I'd like to keep one set of contacts, and use the same set for all three accounts.  When I add/change a contact, I want it reflected the next time I open Outlook, regardless of the profile chosen.  Possible?  How?  Thanks.
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rvidal393Commented:
Yes it is possible.  

Have all three acounts use same file.  

Go to Tools>>Options Mail>>Setup Tab click Email Accounts.
Choose to Add a New directory.
Choose to Add a Personal Address Book.
In the path make sure that you use the same file for all three accounts.
daleoranCommented:
Hi There
this is for outlook 2002 but hopefully it might do 2003 as well

How to share contacts between Outlook 2002 profiles
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;286044

Michael

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