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Posted on 2012-04-13
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IN MS Outlook, all contacts such as groups do not appear when you click on the TO... buton, they all appeared in Outlook 2007, but seems to be grayed out in 2010.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Right click on the contacts -> select properties.
under the "outlook Address Book" make sure
check box for "show this folder as an email address book is there... click apply.

now when you go to new mail and click on To--

select the correct Address Book from the drop down list..
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