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Windows 7: Transfer Outlook Address Book

19 Jan 2010   #11
Neal Carron

Win 7

There is a god afterall.
I brought my laptop into my place of work and tried to connect to the internet.
It didn't work for various reasons.
But then, all of a sudden, my Outlook address book worked (!)

I cleaned it up and all works fine.
I have no idea what happened; the problem just suddenly fixed itself.

A Google search on "outlook address book missing" shows I'm not the only one with the problem.

Thanks for all the help.
- Neal

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19 Jan 2010   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate

Make sure you have BOTH outlook address book and Personal address book added into Outlook

On the XP machine

Office 2003 > File> EXPORT to a file > PST > click on your CONTACTS > save to a folder > Finsh


On the Windows 7 machine

Outlook 2007

File>IMPORT from a file > PST> choose the file/folder you saved to > Finish

All done
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