In fact I first did not notice the difference bewteen "delete from my
contacts" and "detele" when I right click on contact folder
"delete from my contacts" (I translated it from my french version, so may be
not the exact english wording) did not really delete they and they still
showed up in the list of folders
I then just delete them and had a confirmation message then but the deleted
folders still appear in the list "Show names from the : " in the address
I haf to go in the "E mail Accounts" settings "Directory/View or change
existing directories or address books to delete them completely which is not
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> Do those contacts folders show up in the Folder List? Where are they now,
> under Deleted Items? If so just delete them from there.
> If you delete something using the Outlook object model it gets sent to
> Deleted Items. If you want it completely deleted from there you need to
> find the items in Deleted Items and delete them from there. You can also
> handle the ItemAdd() event of the Items collection of the Deleted Items
> folder and when that fires you can do the deletions if the item being
> added is one you want to act on.
> "thomas" <nomail> wrote in message
> > Hello,
>> I deleted manually contact folders that were created with VBA
>> These deleted folders still appear in the list "Show names from the : "
> > in the address book
>> The contacts themselves still apparear in each deleted folder!
>> I do not understand why. Did I miss something when I created them with
> > VBA? How can I clean that list with VBA and fix the situation ?
>> Many thanks