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Outlook 2003 - Missing "Contacts" folder


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#1 therocher

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:30 PM

Last winter I did a mass mailing from a folder in the "Contacts" section called "Companies".

Recently, I wanted to do another mailing so I went into the "Contacts" section but the folder "Companies" was not there. Other folders in "Contacts" were there but not that one. How it disappeared I do not know.

When I go into the "Sent" section and back to last winter I can search on the name of any addressee in the mass mailing and it brings up the full record as I made in the "Companies" folder. So, it is there somewhere, but I can't find it.

Also, in Outlook 2003, I can go to "Tools" and then click on "Address Book". In that section it asks me "Show names from the:" and it gives me a dron-down menu of folders in the Contacts area and "Companies" is one of the ones listed. When I click on it, it comes up with a list of names and email addresses of all the people in the "Companies" folder. So, it exists somewhere. Any idea of how I can find it??

Thanks

Peter

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