Outlook Address Book

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When setting up my Outlook, I deleted the name of the address book in the
setup, trying to route it to a network drive instead of the C drive.
However, now I cannot see the address book entries. However, when I try to
add from an email, it shows the contact exists.

I have tried setting up again, however, no luck. Does anyone have any
suggestions. I like Outlook, however, not being able to utilize my addres
book is a pain!!!

Thanks.
 
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Terry R.

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The date and time was Tuesday, April 14, 2009 9:16:01 AM, and on a whim,
NACA Business Manager pounded out on the keyboard:

> When setting up my Outlook, I deleted the name of the address book in the
> setup, trying to route it to a network drive instead of the C drive.
> However, now I cannot see the address book entries. However, when I try to
> add from an email, it shows the contact exists.
>
> I have tried setting up again, however, no luck. Does anyone have any
> suggestions. I like Outlook, however, not being able to utilize my addres
> book is a pain!!!
>
> Thanks.


How are you trying to add an AB? In AB, Tools, Options, Add button?

Terry R.
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

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State more accurately what you did. Outlook does not even have or use an
address book so it's impossible to know what you mean. Moreover, Outlook
does not support storing your data file on a network drive.
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
"NACA Business Manager" <NACA Business Manager>
wrote in message news:1AF047A7-DD34-446D-9993-42A870223974@microsoft.com...
> When setting up my Outlook, I deleted the name of the address book in the
> setup, trying to route it to a network drive instead of the C drive.
> However, now I cannot see the address book entries. However, when I try
> to
> add from an email, it shows the contact exists.
>
> I have tried setting up again, however, no luck. Does anyone have any
> suggestions. I like Outlook, however, not being able to utilize my addres
> book is a pain!!!
>
> Thanks.


 
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