Imported contacts in Address book outlook 2003

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Outlook
Outlook 2003
SBS 2003
Dear all,

I have imported a bunch of contacts incl. fax numbers in Outlook 2003 via a csv file. I placed the contacts in a Public Folders, which I marked to be usable a an address book. Now when I start the Fax Wizard in SBS2003, and I want to send a new fax using this address book, I don't see any contacts in this address book.

The strange thing is that when I open one of the contacts in that particular address I delete the fax number, save, reopen the contact, retype the fax number and save, the contacts magically does appear in the address book and I can use it in the Fax Wizard.

What am I doing wrong? The number of contacts is far to large to repeat the procedure above (+ 1500).

Thanks for all the help!



Software/Hardware used:
SBS 2003, Outlook 2003, Fax Wizard
ASKED: October 19, 2009  1:38 PM
UPDATED: October 19, 2009  2:06 PM

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