:Managing contacts in Outlook 2016

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Oldmaven

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1) Is there a way to make Phone the default format for all contact lists in Outlook 2016?

2) Is there any way to tag or characterize contacts when I'm set up for IMAP? If not, how do I convert back to POP3 without losing any info?

3) Is there a way to automatically date new contacts as they're created?
 
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