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How to get rid of an extra contact folder in OWA?

Posted on 2008-10-17
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I added an extra contact folder in my OWA to see what would happen, but now I can't get rid of it. Can someone tell me how to delete this extra contact folder I don't want anymore?
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First, logout of OWA and log back in.  

Then, in the navigation window on the left, click Mail.  You should see a complete list of all of your mailbox contents listed above the Mail button.  Click the plus sign "+" next to your Contacts folder.  That should reveal the new Contacts folder, nested within your current Contacts folder.  Right click on it and choose Delete.
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