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#1 bluesjunior


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Posted 11 June 2008 - 07:25 AM

I use Windows Live Hotmail for my main email use and since reinstalling it I have found that a some of my email addresses in the Favourite contacts list aren't there anymore. I have them in my Contacts list but not in my Favourites.

I mean that when I click on New on the Inbox page I get the new page, where previously on the right hand side of this page I used to have all my regular email correspondents listed but since reinstalling Windows Live I now have only four of these so called favourites and cannot seem to figure out how to add an address to this list. Now when I want to send an email to someone not on it I have to go to my contacts list and copy and paste the address instead.

It is probably a dumb question but can anyone explain how I add contacts to my Favourite Contacts list.
Thanks in advance.
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