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Windows 7: Win7 Fax&Scan app / use outlook address book instead Windows ones

23 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Win7 Fax&Scan app / use outlook address book instead Windows ones

I have Windows 7 ultimate 32bit with running MS Office 2010 also 32 bit.

Until yesterday 22.Feb.2013 Fax and Scan application works great with MS Outlook address book and when I try to send a fax after clicking a button "To:" immediately MS Outlook address list have appeared and it was possible to use it.
Since yesterday (I don’t know what happened, may be some update) Pressing button “To:” allow me to choose fax recipient within Windows address book where of course I have nothing.

I will appreciate somebody to advise me from where to set back Outlook address book to be used instead Windows Address book.


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