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Office Communicator - All contacts doesnt really show all my contacts

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Office Communicator - All contacts doesnt really show all my contacts...

Wonder why it does this?  All contacts doesnt really show all my contacts.

For example, what Im seeing is the following...

Recent Contacts
John Doe 1    Available
John Doe 2    Available
John Doe 3    Available
John Doe 4    Available
John Doe 5    Available
John Doe 6    Available
John Doe 7    Available
John Doe 8    Available

All Contacts
John Doe 1    Available
John Doe 2    Available
John Doe 3    Available
John Doe 6    Available
John Doe 8    Available

Question is why would all the contacts from my "Recent Contacts" show in the "All Contacts", seeing that they are reporting as being available?
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Question by:OdyChris
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because you have do add john doe 4 and 5 for example to your contact, what happens that you had a conversation with 4 and 5 but didn't add them, add them and they will staticly appear
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That makes a lot of sense.. Thank you busbar.
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