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    Just recently moved over to Exchange server. Before I setup the new outlook client. I browsed to data file management to confirm where my .pst files are were located. I back them up to the desktop. I remove the old profile and created a new profile linking to the exchange server. I opened file/outlook data file/ and linked to the .pst that was backed up. Now my address book is not there. Thanks for any help.

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    Re: outlook pst

    What do you mean by your "address book"
    The contacts list in the PST? (should still be there)
    Or the shortcuts when you start typing an address (you will need to play "find the NK2 file"
    Or something else?
    Tom Jones
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      Re: outlook pst

      Moved to the Outlook forum, as it has nothing to do with Exchange.

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        Re: outlook pst

        I think he's saying that he:

        -Backed up his .PST, then
        -Removed the ORIGINAL .PST, then
        -Created a new profile, and now his contacts are gone..

        I think..
        Daniel John
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