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Contacts disappear from the Folder/Tree View

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hello all:

In the folder/tree view on the left in Outlook 2007 (Windows XP Pro) the Contacts folder is not showing up.

In Outlook 2003, it was right there underneath Calendar, which, by the way, is also missing from the Folder/Tree view.

I can access my Contacts via the big tab at the bottom but I want the tree/folder view as it broke up the hierarachy very nicely.

Any ideas?

Thanx in advance,

--d.
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You need to click on the folder list "icon" at the bottom of that Outlook pane.  The icon is a folder like image.  If that icon is not there you need to add it via the ">>" option at the bottom as well.
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Beautiful.

Thank you very much.

--d.
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