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lukepreston

Outlook address book help

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Hi

I'm switching over from Outlook Express to Outlook and have imported my contact email addresses etc.

But they are now all in one folder. (Personal address book)

How can I:

a) Create new folders within the address book

and

B) Move individual (and newsgroups) email addressess into these difrferent folders?

It's driving me mad but I'm sure it's a simlpe process! Is there a drag and drop?

I can do it with new incoming mail addresses but not the existing ones.

Any advice greatfully received.

Am using XP and Outlook 2003

Luke

gosling@otenet.gr

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6 hours ago, bellsmith said:

you can download a trial version ms. office 2007 into your outlook express PC then while you setup the outlook it will detect your outlook express setting and then you just import it from your outlook express. after that just copy the PST file into new PC and located the PST location using your office 2010.

Is the above info maybe useful? I wouldn't know 'cause I've never used any outlook (not even outlook express)... :dubbio: 
The spammer who provided it, however, was obliterated as usual...

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1 hour ago, dencorso said:

Is the above info maybe useful? I wouldn't know 'cause I've never used any outlook (not even outlook express)... :dubbio: 
The spammer who provided it, however, was obliterated as usual...

Maybe it is useful to someone else, this thread dates back to 2006, and about XP and Outlook 2003.

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