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I have a very simple question. Is there a way to hide contacts from an archive file in outlook 2003. I would like to know with out removing archive file from the data management menu.
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no but you can import archive, remove contact and then archive again as pst
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This is a good alternate. I used right click on the contact you don't want in contacts view, then left click on remove contact. This removes it from the view but still present in the Archive PST file.
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