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Outlook Address Book Gone

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#1 kaneshansley


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Posted 22 May 2006 - 06:26 PM

Hi, at the suggestion of someone online, I downloaded Eudora (a mail client) just to test an email I'm sending to a bunch of people. Well, ever since I did, my address book, hundreds of email addresses, has been wiped clean. Gone. I can't find the address book in Eudora, Outlook or Outlook Express.

Please someone tell me how I can get my address book back! How did this happen! I left a message at Eudora, too, but they haven't responded yet.

I'm using Windows XP.



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#2 HitSquad


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Posted 23 May 2006 - 01:42 PM

Hi kaneshansley.
Do you mean it's empty or just plain gone?
In Outlook, click Tools>E-Mail Accounts.
Under "Directory", select "View or Change Existing Directories or Address Books"
Click "Next". Do you see an existing Address book?
If not, click "Add" then select "Additional Address Books" then Click "Next".
Do you see any Address books Now?
I'm at a machine with Outlook 2003 right at the moment.
If your version is different, please post it. :thumbsup:

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