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contacts missing from groups in outlook 2003

Posted on 2007-03-27
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Hi

i had a customer using outlook 2000 and they were popping their email directly from the isp.

they had about 500 contacts stored.  They also had about 10 contact groups to which they sent email.

the pc was update to outlook 2003 as part of joinging it to an sbs network.

all the email, contacts and groups came accross but the groups did not contain any contacts.  

can i get these back....

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Look for a PAB file on the system and import the contents.

Simon.
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