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Outlook 2003 : Add to Personal Address Book Missing

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Elan, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. Elan

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    I've just rebuilt my PC and re-installed Office 2003. I have added my old personal address book to outlook, but I can't get an option to add new addresses to it.

    Previously when I right clicked on an address in an email I got this a drop down with the following options (Properties, Send Options, Add to Contacts, Look up Contact, Add to Personal Address Book, Cut, Copy, Paste, Clear, Select All)

    Now I get a completely different list (the email address itself, Schedule A Meeting, Getting Office Location, Call, Send Mail, Additional Actions, Create Rule, Send Options, Add to Outlook Contacts, Look up Contact, Outlook Properties, Copy)

    Why am I getting this difference and how do I get the Add to Personal Address Book option back ? I've tried removing the address book and the contacts and adding it back, restarting outlook and the machine but no joy :mad:
     
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    Anyone got any ideas :eek:
     
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