Adding Contacts in Public Folders

I have recently configured a new PC, that uses Exchange Server 2000 and Outlook 2000 and when sending a new Email and clicking on To:, I do not see the contacts in the Public Folders, how do I add all of these.
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From Outlook you'll need to browse to the contacts folder in the Public Folders tree, then right-click on it and select Properties, then click the Outlook Address Book tab.  Once you enable the check box for "Show this folder as an e-mail Address Book" it will be listed among the address books when clicking To:.

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Steveh24Author Commented:
Thanks millema, i did do this but only at root level, which is why it showed no contacts, but now I have added each folder separately and they are now all available in the Show Names window

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