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Note: UITS recommends that you use the Outlook address book (which is created automatically from information in your Contacts folder). Could someone please tell me where the location of my Outlook Address Book for Outlook is located. I am trying to export it to Cox. I put files in the proper directory and clicked on Outlook I finally got my messages imported, but my address book is gone. It did.

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Address Book Outlook 2003

Hi All, Did this "how-to" for my network users: Import Outlook address book. Imported my old pst files to populate Outlook email and everything What I' m trying to do now is export my Contacts (address book) and. I have two subfolders under the address book and both are labeled "contacts". One of the subfolders is empty and the other has my contacts in.

This content has been archived , and is no longer maintained by Indiana University. Resources linked from this page may no longer be available or reliable. The contacts will be located on the server and accessible from any Outlook client as well as Outlook Web App , whereas a Personal Address Book is only available from the hard drive of the computer on which you create it. When you install older versions of Outlook, the Personal Address Book service is usually included. However, if it isn't, you can set it up later. The former is usually a local file i. Choose Add new directory or address book, and then click Next. Select Additional Address Book, and then click Next. From the list of services, choose Personal Address Book. Click Next. Another dialog box will open. You may put the mailbox. Note: If you place your Personal Address Book file on a network-connected computer, you will be able to access it from only one Exchange client at a given time. The Outlook Address Book is stored on the Exchange server and you can access it whenever you are connected to the Exchange server.

You might also be asked if you want to add a password in order to protect the PST file. If not, just leave the fields blank and click OK.

Export Contacts from Outlook , The interface in Outlook and is a bit different, so getting to the Export to a file screen requires a different set of clicks. First open Outlook and click on File and then Options. In the left-hand menu, click on Advanced and then scroll down until you see Export. Click Browse to specify a location to save the file or type it in manually. Click Next and then choose all of the fields that you want to export for each contact, i.

How to import address book (CSV) in Outlook 2003

First name, Email address, Street, Company, Phone, etc. Open Windows Live Mail and click on Contacts. In Windows Live Mail, all you have to do to export contacts is to click on the Export button in the ribbon. Your plan is to move your email and your email access from your old machine to your new one. Step 1: Install Outlook on your new machine.

Set it up as completely as you can, including email account definitions, but don't download any email. Not yet.

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Step 2: Determine the location of the new PST file on the new machine. Where is my Outlook "PST" file located? Step 3: Determine the location of the old PST on the old machine. This is the PST file that contains all of your current email, contacts, and calendar.

Step 5: Shut down Outlook on both old and new machines. Typically copying is done via a network connection, but burning your PST to a CD or DVD is also quite common and a good way to create a backup of the file at the same time.

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You can also synchronize your Outlook Address Book to your local computer for offline access by using offline folders. Click OK.

Exit Outlook and then reopen it. You can now use the address book.

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