MS Office Outlook 2003 Address book

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I use MS office outlook 2003 but this is not adding the e-mail addresses to the address book/contacts automatically when I reply to someone. This feature is available in Outlook express but I didn't find this feature in MSOO 2003. Is there any simple way I can add e-mail ids to contacts /address book without typing one by one? Any help on this would be highly appreciated.

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Right click the address you want to add to your contacts, then click on ‘add to contacts’.

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