Outlook 2007 Address book for roaming profile not showing up

I have a user with a roaming profile. Her outlook 2007 folder is located in her documents folder so that it follows her roaming profile. Everything works fine, except her contacts.

If she types in a name when sending a message, her contacts show up in the drop down menu.

But, her address book is empty - which prevents her from creating contact lists, etc.

Any idea where the contacts are being stored and how to get them into her address book?

Thanks
mewebsAsked:
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jmanishbabuCommented:
The address book is only a view of your contacts.

Check that the Contact folder is enabled as an email address book. Right
click the Contacts folder, choose Properties then Outlook Address Book. Is
the box to enable as email address book is checked?

If this is grayed out...

make a new profile as you can't add the Outlook Address Book service
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mewebsAuthor Commented:
Outlook address book is not in properties at all.
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mewebsAuthor Commented:
thanks
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