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Why I have 3 (or more) Adressbooks?



 
 
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Old March 30th 07, 01:48 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Peter Flindt
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Default Why I have 3 (or more) Adressbooks?

Hello,
can someone explain me please what's the benefit for me, to have many
different adress-books and must synchronize all of them per hand? What kind
of philosophy is this?
-Outlook 2007
-Windows Live Messenger
-The contacts from Vista/Windows Mail

AND they not contain the same content, for example how can I submit with
Outlook2007 MY Vista Contact-Card with an ICQ number?
(Yes I know the Vista contactcard no contain any kind of IM adress)

Sorry for this grouse here, but I am very disappointed at this point and
really want to know what someone from MS think about it. I have paid a lot
of money for Office with Outlook and now? :-/
(NO, please not give me the link for this curio Outlook Addon for MSN
premium users)

Peter


 




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