Adding an address to a Contact List


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Tom Karpowski

The client is using Outlook 2003 SP2.
I know you can click on an email address in an email and add it as a contact
to my main Contacts list.
Is there a way to do the same task but add it to my other Contact Lists
already setup as an addressbook...?

Thanks, Tom...
 
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Gordon

Tom Karpowski said:
The client is using Outlook 2003 SP2.
I know you can click on an email address in an email and add it as a
contact to my main Contacts list.
Is there a way to do the same task but add it to my other Contact Lists
already setup as an addressbook...?

Thanks, Tom...

The Addressbook in Outlook is merely a view of your Contacts list - so if
you add an address to your Contacts list - Hey Presto! It appears in the
Addressbook view...
 
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Gordon

Slipstick said:
no, but you can use the move to folder command on the file menu instead
of save

So as the Addressbook in Outlook is a VIEW of the CONTACTS folder, precisely
where are you suggesting the OP move it TO?
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

The Addressbook in Outlook is merely a view of your Contacts list - so if
you add an address to your Contacts list - Hey Presto! It appears in the
Addressbook view...

I think you've misread the original post. The poster has multiple contacts
folders, all enabled as address books. He want to right-click the address and
choose "Add to Outlook Contacts" but have the contact get added to a
non-default contacts folder. The Move to Folder method allows that.
 

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