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I have my notes mail database.  How do I view the address book contacts that are in the file?

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As you may know, INotes users address book contacts are stored in the mail file; so how do I view this?
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The only native way to view the iNotes contacts is by hosting the file on a Domino server and opening the 'Contacts' view in a web browser.

In a pinch, you can also view them in a Notes client by opening your Inbox, then holding the CTRL and SHIFT keys down together while selecting "View \ Goto..." from the Notes menu.  When the "Go To" screen appears, select ($Contacts) and click OK.  Contacts are not meant to be accessed this way, but as I said, it will work in a pinch.
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