Outlook Contact Info Gone

I imported a PST from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2013. The contact names are there. However, all the information, address, email address, etc.. is missing.
Any suggestions to be appreciated.

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What format did you import the PST as?

Do you still have access to Outlook 2003? If so, you could export the contacts as a CSV file and import that.

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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
Are you sure it is missing or is it that the default address book has not been set.
Tools--Address book
Once in address book--Tools again and Options
Do you have more than one address book? (Check drop down list)
If so change the order (move up and change the default address book
Iain MacMillanIT Regional Manager - UKCommented:
when you import, you need to choose the PST format mode as 2003, as its changed from 2007 onwards to a unicode format.

if you choose to import as a 2003 formatted PST, you should have your data intact.
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