Last year my firm migrated from a peer-to-peer network to a MS Small Business Server/Exchange 2003. Ever since that migration, I seem to have two separate "Contacts" subfolders in my "Outlook Address Book" stored on the server. My computer runs on Win XP Pro. This has become a problem because sometimes when I put in a new entry it ends up in one of the two Contacts folders, and sometimes it ends up in the other. One of the folders, I'm not sure which, syncs with my WM 5 OS based PDA/Phone, and the other does not. Frequently I find that when I've entered a new contact using my outlook on my PC (i.e. I use MS Outlook 2003) it doesn't sync because it is in the other "Contact" folder. I cannot seem to direct a contact to one folder versus another. I first realized there were two folders when I clicked on the "To" button after creating a new message. When I do that, a "Select Names" window appears and on the top right of that window there is an option to "Show Names From:" that has a pull down menu under it. In the pulldown menu is a main folder "Outlook Address Book," which contains two subfolders that are named "Contacts." Is there any way to merge these folders? I'm afraid that if I try to delete one I might lose all of my contacts. Anyone have any idea what I can do to resolve this?