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  • Recovery of lost Outlook 2003 contact

    is there a way to recover a lost contact that was apparently deleted in error

    1J5 pointsBadges:
  • Sorting address list in Outlook 2003/Exchange2010

    When creating a new email and clicking the "To" button to select recipients, how can I customize the sort order in that box? The user wants a particular name to show up at the top. In Exchange 2003 the previous administrator put an asterisk at the beginning of the display name, but that sounds...

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  • Need to add recv. email addresses into Company address list

    When my one of my users receives an email,  they need to then add that email address into my companies address list, so that the email address shows up company wide.  Can we do this or do I have to make an mail enabled contact? Thank you for help

    Stevenb1270 pointsBadges:
  • Logon failed – you must logon to MS Exchange to access your address book

    I have 2003 version - when I go to Word to print "envelopes or labels" - I get the above message I used to be able to drop the address book arrow and get any of my addresses from Contact list - I have never used exchange - and this used to work - I think one of MS updates could of changes this-...

    Tork15 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Outlook 2003 PAB

    Hi, i want to know how to add PAB? I need to have automatic display of the contacts, as i type the alphabets in address bar.

    Sac2110 pointsBadges:
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