Solved: Extracting Email addresses in Outlook

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cap2587

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I installed Outlook on another computer and can't access any of my contacts. I guess Outlook does not save the contacts automatically when I send someone an email. How is the quick search address installed. I think it is when I send and email to someone it remembers their address and then I can just type in the 1st letter or two of their name and will show me the email address. I replaced the PST file with the old PST from another machine. If I put some contacts in my address book shouldn't I just be able to start typing their name in a new message and the email address show up. What is the cheapest/best program for extracting email addresses in outlook from inbox/sent messages. It doesn't seem like the address book is talking to sending someone and email like it does in hotmail,Gmail. Any information would be much appreciated. Thanks.
 
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You need to migrate a file calle "yourusername.N2k"

its hidden so turn on you hidden files and folders, its under documents and settings\username\local
 

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Can you give me exact instructions on how I migrate this file into Outlook. Will this then enable anyone in my address Book to be seen when I go to type a new message. I appreciate your help.
 

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Thanks for all of the help. I figured it out and reading through the link posted really helped.
 
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