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Outlook Express Contact Lists!!!!

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by styles9797, Jun 2, 2002.

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  1. styles9797

    styles9797 Thread Starter

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    Here is the problem that I am having. I am using Outlook Express to control all of my email processes. I currently have three different identities on OE. Two of them are mine and the other one is my girlfriends. Suddenly, about a week ago, all of the names that were in the contact lists appeared in all three of the accounts. All of the accounts are seperate and do not have anything in common with one another. When i first noticed it I deleted some of the ones that belonged to another identity and they disappeared for good. Now, when I add a new one it only appears in the identity that I added it to, but when I deleted one it took it off of all of the identities. Please help me with this problem. Thank you to those who choose to respond.
     
  2. Davey7549

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    styles9797
    Going to move this thread to Web and E-mial for better exposure.
    Dave
     
  3. jbcalg

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    sounds like a new variation on OE being confused (ie opens email in different identity etc)

    the easiest thing may be to go to add/remove programs in the control panel and see if you can repair OE

    you may want to back up your email first, suggest tomsterdam's site for different methods.

    there's also quite a few links and other info about OE problems, including direct links to the OE area of MS' Knowledgebase
     
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